Description[ edit ] H. They are also found in the Maldives and Madagascar. They prefer freshwater wetlands and aquatic habitats. Generally they avoid coastal and forest areas.
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Peninsular India : Comment In the Hoplobatrachus tigerinus group of Dubois, , Bull. See also Dubois, , Bull. Paris, Ser. Zhao and Adler, , Herpetol. China : , noted that previous Chinese records of Hoplobatrachus tigerinus as Rana tigerina were based on specimens of Hoplobatrachus rugulosus formerly known as Rana tigerina rugulosa.
See account by Dutta and Manamendra-Arachchi, , Amph. Fauna Sri Lanka : Chanda, , Handb. Indian Amph. Nepal : , provided an account for the Nepal population. See brief account by Shrestha, , Herpetol. Nepal : Glaw and Vences, , Field Guide Amph. Madagascar, Ed. Dutta, , Amph. India Sri Lanka : , provided range in India, comments on misidentifications in the literature, and a partial bibliography. Khan, , Amph. Pakistan : , provided an account for Pakistan. Daniels, , Amph.
Peninsular India : , provided an account for peninsular India. Devi and Shamungou, , J. Ahmed, Das, and Dutta, , Amph. NE India : 38, provided a brief account for northeastern India. Mathew and Sen, , Pict. Guide Amph. NE India : , provided a brief characterization and photographs.
The recognition of two species from the region of the imprecise type locality Bengale will likely require recognition of a neotype. Masroor, , Contr. Pakistan : 62—64, provided an account for northern Pakistan. Sivaprasad, , Common Amph. Kerala : 54—55, provided a brief account, photograph, and dot map for Kerala, India. External links: Please note: these links will take you to external websites not affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.
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