First Records of Leptolalax eos Ohler, Wollenberg, Grosjean, Hendrix, Vences, Ziegler et Dubois, 2011 and Hylarana cubitalis (Smith, 1917) (Anura: Megophryidae, Ranidae) from Vietnam

Anh Van Pham, Dzung Trung Le, Son Lan Hung Nguyen, Thomas Ziegler, Truong Quang Nguyen

Abstract


Two species of anurans are recorded for the first time from Vietnam: the megophryid Leptolalax eos from Dien Bien and Son La provinces and the ranid Hylarana cubitalis from Son La Province. These discoveries bring the total species number of amphibians to222 in Vietnam.

Keywords


new records; taxonomy; Dien Bien Province; Son La Province

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30906/1026-2296-2019-21-%25s-195-200

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