Pedostibes

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Pedostibes
PedostibesTuberculosus1.jpg
Pedostibes tuberculosus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Amphibia
Order: Anura
Family: Bufonidae
Genus: Pedostibes
Günther, 1876
Species

6 species; see table.

Pedostibes (Asian tree toads) is a genus of arboreal true toads endemic to South India and the Malay Peninsula to Borneo and Sumatra. These species are characterized by horizontal pupils, elliptical tongue, entire and free behind, webbed fingers and toes, digit tips which are dilated into regular discs and united outer metatarsals.

Species[edit]

Binomial Name and Author Common Name
Pedostibes everetti (Boulenger, 1896) Everett's Asian tree toad
Pedostibes hosii (Boulenger, 1892) Boulenger's Asian tree toad
Pedostibes kempi (Boulenger, 1919) Kemp's Asian tree toad
Pedostibes maculatus (Mocquard, 1890) Spotted Asian tree toad
Pedostibes rugosus Inger, 1958 Inger's Asian tree toad
Pedostibes tuberculosus Günther, 1876 Warty Asian tree toad

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