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- Microhyla, commonly known as the rice frogs or narrow-mouthed frogs, is a genus of frogs in the family Microhylidae. It consists of at least 50 species...
- species of narrow-mouthed frog from Nilphamari district of Bangladesh. Microhyla nilphamariensis is a small frog with a narrow, triangular shaped mouth...
- Coronaviridae Orthocoronavirinae Letovirinae Alphaletovirus Milecovirus Microhyla letovirus 1 Coronavirus is the common name for Coronaviridae and Orthocoronavirinae...
- frequencies of their call in the overlap zone of their ranges. For example, the Microhyla olivacea mating call has a significantly lower midpoint frequency in the...
- Microhyla ornata. commonly known as the ornate narrow-mouthed frog, ornate narrow-mouthed toad, or ornamented pygmy frog, is a species of microhylid frog...
- Microhyla borneensis (junior synonym Microhyla nepenthicola), also known as the Matang narrow-mouthed frog, is a species of microhylid frog found in the...
- Microhyla sholigari is a species of microhylid frog endemic to southern India. It was described from the Biligirirangan Hills in Chamarajanagar district...
- Microhyla pulchra is a species of narrow-mouthed frog found in northeastern India, southern China, and Southeast Asia south to at least Thailand but possibly...
- Microhyla heymonsi (commonly known as the dark-sided chorus frog or the Taiwan rice frog) is a species of narrow-mouthed frog found in northeastern India...
- Microhyla (Anura: Microhylidae) from Eastern Nepal". Zootaxa. 4254 (2): 221–239. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4254.2.4. Frost, Darrel R. (2017). "Microhyla taraiensis...
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