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Xenopus largeni Tinsley, 1995
Xenopus largeni Tinsley, 1995, Amphibia-Reptilia, 16: 376. Holotype: BMNH 1977.872, by original designation. Type locality: "stream near 400 km marker on Wollo-Kibre Mengist Road, 70 km NW of Kibre Mengist, Sidamo Province, Ethiopia (06° 23′ ′N, 38° 35′E, altitude 2650 m)".
Xenopus (Xenopus) largeni — Kobel, Barandun, and Thiebaud, 1998, Herpetol. J., 8: 13.
Largen's Clawed Frog (Largen and Spawls, 2010, Amph. Rept. Ethiopia Eritrea: 155).
Known from high elevations on either side of the Rift in Ethiopia.
Similar to Xenopus clivii according to the original publication. See comments by Largen, 2001, Tropical Zool., 14: 313, regarding distribution. See account, photograph, and map for Ethiopia by Largen and Spawls, 2010, Amph. Rept. Ethiopia Eritrea: 155. Evans, Bliss, Mendel, and Tinsley, 2011, Mol. Ecol., 20: 4216-4230, discussed the genetic differentiation of populations on either side of the Rift in Ethiopia.
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