order Anura


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Related to order Anura: order Caudata
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Noun1.order Anura - frogs, toads, tree toadsorder Anura - frogs, toads, tree toads    
animal order - the order of animals
amphibia, class Amphibia - the class of vertebrates that live on land but breed in water; frogs; toads; newts; salamanders; caecilians
family Ranidae, Ranidae - a family nearly cosmopolitan in distribution: true frogs
family Leptodactylidae, Leptodactylidae - New World frogs; in some classifications essentially coextensive with the family Bufonidae
family Polypedatidae, Polypedatidae - Old World tree frogs
Ascaphidae, family Ascaphidae - family of one species of frog: tailed frog
Discoglossidae, family Discoglossidae - family of Old World toads having a fixed disklike tongue
family Pelobatidae, Pelobatidae - the amphibian family of spadefoot toads
family Hylidae, Hylidae - the amphibian family of tree frogs
Brevicipitidae, family Brevicipitidae, family Microhylidae, Microhylidae - narrow-mouthed toads and sheep frogs; some burrow and some are arboreal; found worldwide
family Pipidae, Pipidae - tongueless frogs
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Species CAVE 1 CAVE 2 CAVE 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 Amphibians Order Anura Family Bufonidae Ansonia mcgregori -- -- -- -- -- -- (F) -- -- Ansonia muelleri -- -- -- -- -- -- (F) -- -- Rhinella marina (F) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Reptiles Order Squamata Family Colubridae Ahaetulla prasina -- -- -- -- -- -- (F) -- -- Family Agamidae Draco volans -- -- -- -- -- -- (W) -- -- Family Gekkonidae Gekko gecko (W) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Family Scincidae Emoia atrocostata -- -- -- (F) -- -- (F) -- -- Eutropis multicarinata (F) -- -- (F) -- -- -- -- -- Sphenomorphus fasciatus (F) -- -- (F) -- -- -- -- -- Parvoscincus steerei (F) -- -- (F) -- -- (F) -- -- Family Varanidae Varanus salvator (F) -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Legend : (-)-absent, F-Floor, W-Wall; 1-Twilight zone, 2-Transition zone, 3--Deep zone.
This isolation has resulted in the development of many diverse species of amphibians in Japan; 23 species of the order Caudata and 35 species of the order Anura.
Believe it or not, a group of amphibian of the order Anura (frogs, to you and me) become .