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Old 14th February 2013   #1
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Default Lungless Frog - any new info?

I was as amazed by the 2008 discovery of the lungless frog



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Default Re: Lungless Frog - any new info?

I haven't come across any new information on this species, and I likely would given how often I am seraching for new papers. However, there are TWO known lungless caecilians. The first was Atretochoana eiselti, which seems to live in warm water in rapids. The second is Caecilita iwokramae, a tiny burrower from Guyana.



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Default Re: Lungless Frog - any new info?

Thanks very much, I look forward to many exciting caecilian discoveries in the future, Best, Frank



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