Salientia


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Related to Salientia: Ranidae, Anura, Apoda
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Noun1.Salientia - frogs, toads, tree toadsSalientia - 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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References in periodicals archive ?
The species Bufo granulosus Spix (Salientia: Bufonidae) and its geographic variation.
Anotaciones para el conocimiento zoologico del genero Batrachophrynus (Amphibia: Salientia).
The Dwarf Green Tree Frog Litoria fallax (Salientia: Hylidae) is a small arboreal frog widespread in wetlands of the coastal plain and ranges of eastern Australia, south of Cape York Peninsula and north of the border of Victoria (Cogger 2014).
The Salientia of Kentucky, identification and distribution.
RUEDA-ALMONACID, J.V., 1994.--Estudio anatomico y relaciones sistematicas de Centrolene geckoideum (Salientia: Anura: Centrolenidae).
Informacion sobre la ecologia de Atelopus oxyrhinchus (Salientia: Atelopodidade) en el bosque nublado de San Eusebio, Estado Merida.