Some new frogs from Sarawak Julian Dring 22 Fryston Avenue, Croydon CRO 7HL, England. Abstract. Four new frogs are described from the Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak: Ansonia torrentis and Pelophryne api (Bufonidae), Kalophrynus nubicola (Microhylidae), and Rhacophorus kajau (Rhaco- phoridae). Introduction This paper is one of a series giving names to new frogs collected in the Gunung Mulu N.P. during the Royal Geographical Society Mulu Expedition, 1977-78. The park has been described elsewhere (HANBURY-TENISON et al., 1979; SWEETING et al., 1980 a, b); the type localities of the species described here are shown on a map (SWEETING et al., 1980 a). Methods Material is deposited at the British Museum (Natural History), specimens labelled SM at the Sarawak Museum, Kuching. Measurements are standard, as used by INGER (1966). Abbreviations used are as follows: SVL, snout-vent length: EN, eye to nostril distance as a proportion of SVL: IN, internarial distance as a proportion of SVL. Tape recordings were made on a Uher Report 4000, and analysed with a Kay Elemetrics Type b/65 sonogram, using the 8 khz frequency scale, narrow and wide band filters. Terminol- ogy of call descriptions generally follows HEYER (1971). Ansonia torrentis sp. n. Figure 1
Amphibia-Reptilia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1983
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