Occidozyga swanbornorum (Trageser, Al-Razi, Maria, Nobel, Asaduzzaman, and Rahman, 2021)

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Dicroglossidae > Subfamily: Occidozyginae > Genus: Occidozyga > Species: Occidozyga swanbornorum

Phrynoglossus swanbornorum Trageser, Al-Razi, Maria, Nobel, Asaduzzaman, and Rahman, 2021, PeerJ, 9 (e11998): 8. Holotype: JnUZool-A0719, by original designation. Type locality: "a roadside ditch near Chunati Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattogram Division, Bangladesh (21.937533 N, 92.063010 E, ca. 33 m a.s.l., . . .)". Zoobank publication registration: DE8850C6-0A7B-4EA2-AC9E-69EE6EFBF754

Occidozyga swanbornorum — Lyu, Wang, Zeng, Luo, Zhang, Guo, Ren, Qi, Mo, and Wang, 2022, Vert. Zool., Senckenberg, 72: 495. See discussion under Occidozyga

English Names

Swanborn’s Puddle Frog (original publication). 


Known only from the type locality near Chunati Wildlife Sanctuary, Chattogram Division, southeastern Bangladesh. 

Geographic Occurrence

Natural Resident: Bangladesh

Endemic: Bangladesh


In a monophyletic group containing Occidozya myanassei according to the original publication where 16s mtDNA molecular markers, advertisement call, and external morphology were detailed. 

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