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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: The Amphibians Of São Paulo State, Brazil Amphibians Of São Paulo [lista De Anf?bios Do Estado De São Paulo]
Author: Araujo O.G.S.
Toledo L.F.
Garcia P.C.A.
Haddad C.F.B.
Abstract: The State of São Paulo is one of the most studied regions of Brazil in regard to amphibian species richness and distribution. However, we still do not have a list of species for the State. Therefore, we present here a list including 231 species of amphibians (225 anurans and six caecilians), of which 27 are endemic. We present data about previous and current taxonomists and speculate about future prospects in the study and conservation of amphibian biodiversity in São Paulo State.
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Date Issue: 2009
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