The Family Ceratophryidae is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Subfamily (3): Batrachylinae · Ceratophryinae · Telmatobiinae
- Genus (8): Atelognathus · Batrachophrynus · Batrachyla · Ceratophrys · Chacophrys · Lepidobatrachus · Phrynocerus · Telmatobius
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 122 species and subspecies in the Family Ceratophryidae.
Atelognathus is a genus of leptodactylid frogs. These frogs are found only in Patagonia. [more]
Batrachophrynus is a genus of frogs. These frogs live in the Andes of southern Peru and Bolivia. [more]
Batrachyla is a genus of frogs. [more]
Ceratophrys is a genus of frogs in the family Leptodactylidae, subfamily Ceratophryinae. They are also known as South American horned frogs as well as Pacman frogs due to their characteristically large mouth and abdomen, thus resembling the video game character Pac-Man.dead link] [more]
Chacophrys pierottii is a species of frog in the Leptodactylidae family. It is monotypic within the genus Chacophrys. It is found in Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, and intermittent freshwater marshes. It is threatened by habitat loss. [more]
Lepidobatrachus is a of leptodactylid frogs. They are commonly (and collectively) referred to as Budgett's frogs, in honor of the scientist who described the genus. [more]
Telmatobius is a of frogs native to South America. It contains about 40 species, several of them endangered, often sought for their supposed aphrodisiac qualities. [more]
At least 77 species and subspecies belong to the Genus Telmatobius.
More info about the Genus Telmatobius may be found here.
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