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Frogs & Toads
Albionbatrachus Altanulia Aralobatrachus Arariphrynus Asphaerion
Atelopus Australobatrachus Avitabatrachus Aygroua Bakonybatrachus
Baranophrys Baurubatrachus Beelzebufo P C Bissektia Bufo P
Callobatrachus P Chelomophrynus Cordicephalus Cratia Craugastor
Cretasalia Czatkobatrachus Elkobatrachus Enneabatrachus Enneabatracus
Eodiscoglossus Eopelobates Eophractus Eorhinophrynus Eorubeta
Eoxenopoides Estesina Eurycephalella Eusophus Gobiates
Gobiatoides Gracilibatrachus Hatzegobatrachus Hungarobatrachus Iberobatrachus
Incilius Indobatrachus Itemirella Kizylkuma Latonia
Lechriodus C Leiopelma Liaobatrachus Lithobatrachus Litoria
Llankibatrachus Macropelobates Mesophryne Miopelobates Miopelodytes
Nannophrys Neoprocoela Neusibatrachus Notobatrachus Oumtkoutia
Pachybatrachus Pachycentrata Palaeobatrachus Paradiscoglossus Paralatonia
Pelobates Pelodytes Pelophilus Philautus Phrynomedusa
Pliobatrachus Proacris Procerobatrachus Prodiscoglossus Propelodytes
Prosalirus P Rhadinosteus Rheobatrachus C Rhinophrynus Saevesoederberghia
Saltenia Sanyanlichan Scaphiopus Scotiophryne Scotiphryne
Shelania Shomronella Singidella Spondylophryne Sunnybatrachus
Taudactylus Thaumastosaurus Theatonius Thoraciliacus Uberabatrachus
Vieraella Vulcanobatrachus Watoelia Wawelia Wealdenbatrachus
Xenopus Yizhoubatrachus Zaphrissa

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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