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Rana


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1 Cabalian Frog
Rana albotuberculata
Philippines
2 Siberian Tree Frog
Rana amurensis
NE China; NE Mongolia; North Korea; Russia (inc. Sakhalin, Siberia); South Korea
3
Rana anlungensis
4
Rana archotaphus
5 Crawfish Frog
Rana areolata
United States - Indiana W to Nebraska, S to Texas and E to Mississippi
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Rana arfaki
7 Moor frog
Rana arvalis
Northeastern France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, adjacent southeastern Norway, and Finland south to the Alps, Croatia, Slovenia and adjacent Istrian Italy, northern Romania, and east to Siberia (up to Yakutia, 124░ E and the Altai); extreme northern Xinjiang (China) .
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Rana asiatica
9
Rana attigua
10
Rana aurantiaca
11
Rana aurata
12
Rana aurora
13
Rana bacboensis
14
Rana banaorum
15
Rana banjarana
16
Rana bannanica
17 Levant Water Frog
Rana bedriagae
18
Rana bergeri
19 Plains Leopard Frog
Rana blairi
20 Foothill Yellow-legged Frog
Rana boylii
21
Rana brownorum
22
Rana bwana
23
Rana camerani
24 Gopher Frog
Rana capito
25 Cascades Frog
Rana cascadae
26 American bullfrog
Rana catesbeiana
Eastern North America, except southern Florida, north to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, southern Quebec, and southern Ontario (Canada), west to the central plains and south to Hidalgo, Puebla, and adjacent Veracruz (Mexico); introduced on Cuba, Isla de Juventud (= Isla de Pinos), Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, and Jamaica in the Antilles; introduced widely in the rest of the world including the Netherlands, Bordeaux region of France, Belgium, northern Italy, western Spain, Crete, Malaya (Malaysia), Java, Bali, Japan, southern and western Mexico, northern Thailand, Korea, and Taiwan (China).
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Rana celebensis
28
Rana cerigensis
29
Rana chalconota
30
Rana chaochiaoensis
31
Rana charlesdarwini
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Rana chensinensis
33
Rana chevronta
34
Rana chichicuahutla
35 Chiricahua Leopard Frog
Rana chiricahuensis
Higer elevations of central to south-eastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico (USA) south along the eastern slope of the Sierra Madre Occidental to western Jalisco, east to mountains in San Luis PotosÝ and south to Hidalgo, Mexico.
36
Rana chitwanensis
37
Rana chloronota
38
Rana chosenica
39
Rana cordofana
40
Rana crassiovis
41
Rana cretensis
42
Rana cubitalis
43
Rana curtipes
44 Agile Frog
Rana dalmatina
Northern France and extreme southern Sweden to northeastern Spain, Sicily, Greece, Carpathian Ukraine, Moldova, and western Turkey.
45
Rana danieli
46
Rana daorum
47
Rana debussyi
48
Rana demarchii
49 California Red-legged Frog
Rana draytonii
50
Rana dunni
51
Rana dybowskii
52
Rana elberti
53
Rana emeljanovi
54
Rana epeirotica
55 Edible Frog
Rana esculenta
56
Rana everetti
57
Rana exiliversabilis
58
Rana faber
59
Rana fisheri
60
Rana florensis
61
Rana forreri
62
Rana fukienensis
63
Rana garoensis
64
Rana garritor
65
Rana glandulosa
66
Rana gracilis
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Rana graeca
68
Rana grafi
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Rana grahami
70
Rana graminea
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Rana grandocula
72
Rana grisea
73 Pig Frog
Rana grylio
South Carolina to eastern Texas along the coastal plain as well as peninsular Florida, USA; introduced in China, and on Andros I. and New Providence I, Bahamas, as well as Puerto Rico.
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Rana hainanensis
75
Rana heckscheri
76
Rana hejiangensis
77
Rana hispanica
78
Rana hmongorum
79
Rana holtzi
80
Rana honnorati
81
Rana hosii
82
Rana huanrenensis
83
Rana hubeiensis
84
Rana humeralis
85
Rana iberica
Northwestern Iberia
86
Rana igorota
87
Rana ishikawae
88
Rana italica
89 Japanese Brown Frog
Rana japonica
90
Rana jimiensis
91
Rana jingdongensis
92
Rana johni
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Rana johnsi
94
Rana juliani
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Rana junlianensis
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Rana kampeni
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Rana kreffti
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Rana kuangwuensis
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Rana kukunoris
100
Rana kunyuensis
101
Rana kurtmuelleri
102 Italian Agile Frog
Rana latastei
Plains of northern Italy and adjacent extreme southern Switzerland; Istrian region of western Slovenia and adjacent western Croatia, below 500 m elevation.
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Rana lateralis
104 Latouche's Frog
Rana latouchii
China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and possibly Macau.
105
Rana lemosespinali
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Rana leporipes
107
Rana leptoglossa
108
Rana livida
109
Rana longicrus
110
Rana luctuosa
111
Rana lungshengensis
112
Rana luteiventris
113
Rana luzonensis
114 Iranian Long-Legged Frog
Rana macrocnemis
West-central Asia Minor of Turkey to Caucasus Mountains of Russia, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan; thence into northwestern Iran; isolated population in Kopet-Dag mountains of Turkmenistan
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Rana macrodactyla
116
Rana macroglossa
117
Rana macrops
118 Highland Frog
Rana maculata
Moderate to high elevations (800-2700 m) from eastern Oaxaca (east of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec), Mexico, south and east to central Nicaragua.
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Rana magnaocularis
120
Rana malabarica
121
Rana mangyanum
122
Rana maosonensis
123
Rana margaretae
124
Rana margariana
125
Rana megapoda
126
Rana megatympanum
127
Rana melanomenta
128
Rana miadis
129
Rana milleti
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Rana minima
131
Rana miopus
132
Rana moellendorffi
133
Rana moluccana
134
Rana montezumae
135
Rana montivaga
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Rana morafkai
137 Mountain Yellow-legged Frog
Rana muscosa
Rana muscosa occurs in the southern Sierra Nevada of California and in mountains to the south in southern California.
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Rana narina
139
Rana nasuta
140
Rana neovolcanica
141
Rana nigrolineata
142
Rana nigrotympanica
143
Rana nigrovittata
144
Rana novaeguineae
145
Rana oatesii
146
Rana okaloosae
147
Rana omeimontis
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Rana omiltemana
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Rana onca
150 Montane Brown Frog
Rana ornativentris
151 Pickerel Frog
Rana palustris
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Rana papua
153
Rana persimilis
154
Rana picturata
155 Northern Leopard Frog
Rana pipiens
156
Rana pirica
157
Rana plancyi
158
Rana porosa
159
Rana pretiosa
160
Rana psaltes
161
Rana psilonota
162
Rana pueblae
163
Rana pustulosa
164
Rana pyrenaica
165 Hylarana raniceps
Rana raniceps
Indomalaya (Brunei, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand).
166 Japanese Wrinkled Frog
Rana rugosa
167
Rana sakuraii
168
Rana sanguinea
169
Rana sangzhiensis
170
Rana schmackeri
171
Rana scutigera
172
Rana septentrionalis
173 Mississippi Gopher Frog
Rana sevosa
174 Albanian Pool Frog
Rana shqiperica
175
Rana shuchinae
176
Rana siberu
177 Sierra Nevada Yellow-legged Frog
Rana sierrae
Historical range extended from the Diamond Mountains northeast of the Sierra Nevada in Plumas County, and from just north of the Feather River in the extreme northwest region of the Sierra Nevada, California, south through the Sierra Nevada to Inyo County, California, and east to Mt. Rose, northeast of Lake Tahoe, in Washoe County, Nevada
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Rana sierramadrensis
179
Rana signata
180
Rana similis
181
Rana sinica
182
Rana spectabilis
183 Southern Leopard Frog
Rana sphenocephala
Southern New York south along the Atlantic coastal plain to southern Florida, west to eastern Texas, and north to eastern Kansas, southern Illinois, and southern Ohio (excluding most of the Appalachian Mountains); introduced on Grand Bahama I., Bahamas.
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Rana spinulosa
185
Rana subaquavocalis
186
Rana supragrisea
187
Rana supranarina
188 Wood Frog
Rana sylvatica
Northern Alaska (USA) and Labrador (Canada) south to northern Idaho, Minnesota, northern Georgia, and Massachusetts (USA); isolated populations in southern Missouri and adjacent Arkansas, and northern Colorado (USA).
189 Tago's Brown Frog
Rana tagoi
190
Rana taipehensis
191
Rana tarahumarae
192
Rana taylori
193
Rana temporalis
194 Common Frog
Rana temporaria
Throughout Europe east to the Urals, but excluding central and southern Iberia, southern Italy, and the southern Balkans to extreme northeastern Greece; introduced into Ireland.
195
Rana tenggerensis
196
Rana terentievi
197
Rana tiannanensis
198
Rana tientaiensis
199
Rana tipanan
200
Rana tlaloci
201
Rana trankieni
202
Rana tsushimensis
203
Rana tytleri
204
Rana utsunomiyaorum
205 Vaillant's Frog
Rana vaillanti
Low and moderate elevations from Mexico (north-central Veracruz and northern Oaxaca) to the central Rio Magdalena region in Colombia on the Atlantic versant and on the Pacific versant in southeastern Oaxaca and northwestern Chiapas (Mexico), and from northwestern Nicaragua to southern Ecuador, 0-750 m.
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Rana varians
207
Rana versabilis
208
Rana vibicaria
209
Rana virgatipes
210
Rana volkerjane
211 Warszewitsch's Frog
Rana warszewitschii
Costa Rica; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama
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Rana weiningensis
213
Rana wuchuanensis
214
Rana yavapaiensis
215
Rana zhengi
216
Rana zhenhaiensis
217
Rana zweifeli

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