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Indirana brachytarsus (Günther, 1876)
Polypedates brachytarsus Günther, 1876 "1875", Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1875: 572. Syntypes: BMNH 19126.96.36.1993-1307; BMNH 19188.8.131.527 designated lectotype by Inger, Shaffer, Koshy, and Bakde, 1984, J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc., 81: 424. Type localities: "Anamallays" (= Anamallais) and "Sevagherry" (Sivagiris), India; restricted to Anamallais, India, by lectotype designation.
Rana brachytarsus — Inger, Shaffer, Koshy, and Bakde, 1984, J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc., 81: 423. Removed from synonymy of Rana beddomii, where it had been placed by Boulenger, 1882, Cat. Batr. Sal. Coll. Brit. Mus., Ed. 2: 55.
Ranixalus brachytarsus — Dubois, 1987 "1986", Alytes, 5: 69.
Indirana brachytarsus — Dubois, 1987 "1986", Alytes, 5: 175-176.
Anamallais Indian Frog (Frank and Ramus, 1995, Compl. Guide Scient. Common Names Amph. Rept. World: 99; Dinesh, Radhakrishnan, Gururaja, and Bhatta, 2009, Rec. Zool. Surv. India, Occas. Pap., 302: 84).
Leaf-hopper Frog (Das and Dutta, 1998, Hamadryad, 23: 64).
Short-legged Frog (Reddy, Gururaja, Ravichandran, and Krishnamurthy, 2002, Hamadryad, 26: 358-359).
Short-legged Leaping Frog (Daniels, 2005, Amph. Peninsular India: 193).
Southern Western Ghats and Anaimalai Hills (Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu), India, 800–1200 m elevation.
Reddy, Gururaja, Ravichandran, and Krishnamurthy, 2002, Hamadryad, 26: 358–359, commented on the range. See comment under Indirana gundia. Dutta, 1997, Amph. India Sri Lanka: 121–122, provided range, systematic comments, and a taxonomic bibliography. Daniels, 2005, Amph. Peninsular India: 193–195, provided an account. See photograph, map, description of geographic range and habitat, and conservation status in Stuart, Hoffmann, Chanson, Cox, Berridge, Ramani, and Young, 2008, Threatened Amph. World: 479. Dinesh, Radhakrishnan, Gururaja, and Bhatta, 2009, Rec. Zool. Surv. India, Occas. Pap., 302: 83, did not include Karnataka within the range. A very brief characterization and dot map provided by Subramanian, Dinesh, and Radhakrishnan, 2013, Atlas of Endemic Amph. W. Ghats: 106. Sivaprasad, 2013, Common Amph. Kerala: 132–133, provided a brief account, photograph, and dot map for Kerala, India.
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