Ingerana tenasserimensis (Sclater, 1892)

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Dicroglossidae > Subfamily: Occidozyginae > Genus: Ingerana > Species: Ingerana tenasserimensis

Rana tenasserimensis Sclater, 1892, Proc. Zool. Soc. London, 1892: 345. Syntypes: Including ZSIC 10429-30, 10495-97 according to Sclater, 1892, List Batr. Indian Mus.: 8, and BMNH 1947.2.2.95 (formerly 1892.11.25.1) as well as one not located according to Chanda, Das, and Dubois, 2001 "2000", Hamadryad, 25: 111. Type locality: "Tenasserim", southern Myanmar.

Micrixalus tenasserimensisAnnandale, 1912, Rec. Indian Mus., 8: 7-36.

Cornufer tenasserimensisBoulenger, 1918, Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., Ser. 9, 1: 373.

Rana (Discodeles) tenasserimensisSmith, 1930, Bull. Raffles Mus., 3: 102. Taylor, 1962, Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull., 43: 462.

Platymantis tenasserimensisYang, 1983, Acta Herpetol. Sinica, Chengdu, N.S.,, 2 (2): 53-56.

Ingerana (Ingerana) tenasserimensisDubois, 1987 "1986", Alytes, 5: 65.

English Names

Tenasserim Eastern Frog (Frank and Ramus, 1995, Compl. Guide Scient. Common Names Amph. Rept. World: 99).

Pale-headed Frog (Nutphund, 2001, Amph. Thailand: 103).

Tenasserim Frog (Nutphund, 2001, Amph. Thailand: 103; Chan-ard, 2003, Photograph. Guide Amph. Thailand: 114).

Distribution

Myanmar to northwestern, southwestern, and peninsular Thailand and adjacent Malaya.

Comment

Discussed by Bourret, 1942, Batr. Indochine: 378-379, as Cornufer tenasserimensis. See also accounts by Berry, 1975, Amph. Fauna Peninsular Malaysia: 87-88, and Taylor, 1962, Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull., 43: 459-462. See comment under Occidozyga borealis. Variously regarded by some authors as a Micrixalus or Platymantis. Nutphund, 2001, Amph. Thailand: 103, provided a brief characterization and photograph (which Ohler, 2003, Alytes, 21: 103, regarded as of Rana erythraea). Chan-ard, 2003, Photograph. Guide Amph. Thailand: 114-115, provided a very brief account, map for Thailand, and photograph. Chuaynkern, Simngam, Chuaynkern, and Duengkae, 2012, Herpetol. Rev., 43: 440, provided a record for Chiang Mai Province, northwestern Thailand, and commented on the range.

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