Amietia is a genus of frogs in the Pyxicephalidae family, occurring in central and southern Africa. The genus was formerly named Afrana, and placed in the Ranidae family. They are commonly known as Large-mouthed Frogs or River Frogs.1]
- Amietia amieti (Laurent, 1976)
- Amietia angolensis (Bocage, 1866) - Angola River Frog, Common River Frog
- Amietia desaegeri (Laurent, 1972)
- Amietia dracomontana (Channing, 1978) - Drakensberg River Frog, Sani Pass Frog
- Amietia fuscigula (Dum?ril and Bibron, 1841) - Cape River Frog
- Amietia inyangae (Poynton, 1966) - Inyangani River Frog
- Amietia johnstoni (G?nther, 1894) - Johnston's River Frog
- Amietia lubrica (Pickersgill, 2007)
- Amietia ruwenzorica (Laurent, 1972)
- Amietia tenuoplicata (Pickersgill, 2007)
- Amietia umbraculata (Bush, 1952)
- Amietia vandijki (Visser and Channing, 1997)
- Amietia vertebralis (Hewitt, 1927) - Ice Frog
- Amietia viridireticulata (Pickersgill, 2007)
- Amietia wittei (Angel, 1924)
The Genus Amietia is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 15 species and subspecies in the Genus Amietia: A. amieti · A. angolensis (Angola River Frog) · A. desaegeri · A. dracomontana (Drakensberg River Frog) · A. fuscigula (Cape River Frog) · A. inyangae (Inyangani River Frog) · A. johnstoni (Johnston's River Frog) · A. lubrica · A. ruwenzorica · A. tenuoplicata · A. umbraculata · A. vandijki · A. vertebralis (Large-Mouthed Frog) · A. viridireticulata · A. wittei
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