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Hyloidea

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Amphibia
Suborder  Neobatrachia
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Anura
Hyloidea
Superfamily  Hyloidea Stannius, 1856

Hyloidea is a superfamily of frogs.

It contains the following subgroups:

  • Alsodidae (Mivart, 1869) - (30 species)
  • Batrachylidae (Gallardo, 1965) - (14 species)
  • Brachycephaloides
  • Brachycephalidae (Günther, 1858) - Saddleback Toads, Flea Toads and Big-headed Frogs (64 species)
  • Craugastoridae (Hedges, Duellman, and Heinicke, 2008) - Fleshbelly Frogs (783 species)
  • Bufonidae (Gray, 1825) - True Toads (588 species)
  • Centrolenids
  • Allophrynidae (Savage, 1973) - Tukeit Hill Frogs (3 species)
  • Centrolenidae (Taylor, 1951) - Glass Frogs (151 species)
  • Ceratophryidae (Tschudi, 1838) - Common Horned Frogs (12 species)
  • Cycloramphidae (Peters, 1862) - Glass Frogs (36 species)
  • Dendrobatidae (Cope, 1865) - Poison Frogs (184 species)
  • Hemiphractidae (Cope, 1865) - (106 species)
  • Hylidae (Rafinesque, 1815) - Treefrogs (692 species)
  • Hylodidae (Günther, 1858) - (46 species)
  • Leptodactylidae (Werner, 1896 (1838)) - Southern Frogs (203 species)
  • Odontophrynidae ( Lynch, 1969) - (52 species)
  • Rhinodermatidae (Bonaparte, 1850) - Darwin's Frogs or Mouth-brooding Frogs (3 species)
  • Telmatobiidae (Fitzinger, 1843) - Water Frogs (63 species)
  • References

    Hyloidea Wikipedia


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