FrogMAP — Frog Atlas of Southern Africa

Summary information for locus 1731CC

9 species found for locus = 1731CC
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Records for 1731CC


# Species
code
Family Scientific name Common name Red list
category
Number of
QDSs
Number of
records
Last recorded Records link

1 667 Arthroleptidae Leptopelis bocagii Bocage's Tree Frog Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) 1 1 2017-01-21 Records
2 330 Bufonidae Sclerophrys gutturalis Guttural Toad Least Concern 1 1 2011-09-11 Records
3 2910 Hyperoliidae Hyperolius inyangae Nyanga Long Reed Frog 1 1 2019-01-20 Records
4 592 Hyperoliidae Hyperolius marginatus Marginated Reed Frog Not Evaluated 1 1 2020-01-19 Records
5 600 Hyperoliidae Hyperolius microps Sharp-headed Long Reed Frog Least Concern 1 2 2012-12-16 Records
6 730 Phrynobatrachidae Phrynobatrachus mababiensis Dwarf Puddle Frog Least Concern 1 1 2014-12-19 Records
7 810 Ptychadenidae Ptychadena oxyrhynchus Sharpnosed Grass Frog Least Concern 1 1 2013-12-05 Records
8 850 Pyxicephalidae Pyxicephalus adspersus Giant Bull Frog Near Threatened 1 1 2013-11-06 Records
9 1245 Pyxicephalidae Tomopterna sp. 1 1 2013-12-05 Records

  Total         9 10 2013-12-05*
2013-12-05**
 

* median date of last recorded date
** median date for all records identified to species or subspecies level

Red listing source:
Minter LR, Burger M, Harrison JA, Braack HH, Bishop PJ & Kloepfer D (eds). 2004. Atlas and Red Data book of the frogs of South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland. SI/MAB Series no. 9. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.


ID pending record(s) for this locus: 0 record

Citation: FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology (2020). FrogMAP Virtual Museum. Accessed at http://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=FrogMAP on 2020-02-27

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