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Alytidae

12 species in 3 genera

Subfamily Alytinae (6 species)

Genus Alytes (6 species)    [subfamily Alytinae]
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Alytes almogavarii no photos no sound/video nonepresent
Alytes cisternasii description distribution life history trends and threats 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Alytes dickhilleni description distribution life history trends and threats 2012-04-03 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Alytes maurus photos no sound/video nonepresent
Alytes muletensis description distribution life history trends and threats 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Alytes obstetricans description distribution life history trends and threats 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Subfamily Discoglossinae (6 species)

Genus Discoglossus (5 species)    [subfamily Discoglossinae]
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Discoglossus galganoi description distribution life history trends and threats comments 2021-03-23 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Discoglossus montalentii description distribution life history trends and threats 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Discoglossus pictus description distribution life history trends and threats relation to humans 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonenone
Discoglossus sardus description distribution life history trends and threats 2021-01-26 photos no sound/video nonepresent
Discoglossus scovazzi photos no sound/video nonenone

Genus Latonia (1 species)    [subfamily Discoglossinae]
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Latonia nigriventer description distribution life history trends and threats comments 2021-03-17 photos no sound/video nonepresent


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