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Morphology and buccopharyngeal anatomy of the tadpole of Rana alticola


, : Morphology and buccopharyngeal anatomy of the tadpole of Rana alticola. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 51(1): 101-107, 30 June

The external morphology and the buccopharyngeal features of the tadpole of Rana (Nasirana) alticola are described. Morphometric data are provided. This tadpole is easily distinguishable from other ranid species by its large size, high number of keratodont rows, coloured ocelli on tail, and large glands such as parotoid glands, supracaudal and infracaudal glands. A comparison with tadpoles from other populations is done.

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