New frog discovered in the Western Ghats
A TEAM of scientists has discovered a large, hitherto unknown tree frog during field work in the mid-elevation hill forests of the Western Ghats in Kerala. It belongs to the Rhacophoridae family and has been named Ghatixalusmagnus after its large size, making it the biggest known tree frog in the Western Ghats. This novel species potentially represents the largest known rhacophorid species in peninsular India, attaining an average male body size of 76 mm, the scientists wrote in the latest issue of international taxonomy journal, Zootaxa.
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