Cophixalus rajampatensis

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Cophixalus rajampatensis

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Anura 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Superphylum: Deuterostomia
Phylum: Chordata
Cladus: Craniata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata
Superclassis: Tetrapoda
Classis: Amphibia
Subclassis: Lissamphibia
Ordo: Anura

Familia: Microhylidae
Subfamilia: Asterophryinae
Genus: Cophixalus
Species: Cophixalus rajampatensis

Name[edit]

Cophixalus rajampatensis Günther et al., 2015

ZooBank: 7F007383-1C83-4395-A501-72F70A072514
Holotype: MZB Amph.12094 (field number, FN: SJR 7638), adult male.
Type locality: near Urbinasopen Village, Waigeo Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°20.231’S, 131°15.528’E) (Fig. 1) on 12/06/2005 by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey.
Paratypes:
MZB Amph.12097 (FN: SJR 7615), same data as holotype, adult male.
MZB Amph.12169 (FN: 7617), same data as holotype, adult male.
MZB Amph.12098 (FN: SJR 7575) collected at Warinkabom Camp, Batanta Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°50.196’S, 133°43.318’E on 7 and 9/06/2005 respectively by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey, adult male.
MZB Amph.12095 (FN: 7592) collected at Warinkabom Camp, Batanta Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°50.196’S, 133°43.318’E on 7 and 9/06/2005 respectively by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey, adult male.
MZB Amph.12092 (FN: SJR 7551) collected at Waire Camp, Batanta Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°50.384’S, 130°31.534’E on 6-7/06/2005 by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey, adult male.
MZB Amph.12096 (FN: SJR 7559) collected at Waire Camp, Batanta Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°50.384’S, 130°31.534’E on 6-7/06/2005 by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey, adult male.
MZB Amph.12163 (FN: 7516) collected at Waire Camp, Batanta Island, Raja Ampat Islands, West Papua Province, Indonesia (00°50.384’S, 130°31.534’E on 6-7/06/2005 by S. Richards, B. Tjaturadi and K. Krey, adult male.
Etymology: refers to the Raja Ampat Islands, where the species occurs.

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