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References for Pseudophryne australis (Myobatrachidae) paper


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Posted by Richard Wells on March 17, 2002 at 21:03:13:

Hello all,
For those interested in the Family Gekkonidae I offer you my considerations regarding the genus Cyrtodactyus in Australia which were recently published in the AUSTRALIAN BIODIVERSITY RECORD, 2002 (No 4): 1-28 (March, 2002)
A copy of this article is attached below:

Herein please find the final part which is the reference list for Pseudophryne australis:

Kind Regards from

Richard Wells


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