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Herpetology A-17635 MCZ Herpetology
 Hyperolius viridiflavus variabilis
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Bukoba: Tanganyika Territory
Africa, Tanzania, Kagera
[date unknown] (1700-01-01 - 2100-01-01)
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Hyperolius viridiflavus variabilis
Animalia Chordata Amphibia Lissamphibia Anura Ranoidea Hyperolidae Hyperolius viridiflavus variabilis
Identified by Catalog
Nature of ID: migration
Remarks: Catalog/1996
Hyperolius flavoguttatus
Animalia Chordata Amphibia Lissamphibia Anura Ranoidea Hyperolidae Hyperolius flavoguttatus
Identified by Catalog
Nature of ID: type ID
Remarks: Catalog/1996
Continent/Ocean: Africa
Country: Tanzania
State/Province: Kagera
Specific Locality: Bukoba: Tanganyika Territory
Verbatim Locality: Bukoba, Tanganyika Territory.
Collecting Source: wild caught
Coordinates: -1.331667° 31.812222° (WGS84) , Error: 2.025 mi
M. Flannery (CAS); 2005-04-18; NIMA gazetteer - GNS database.
Coordinate Remarks: Latitude/longitude is NIMA location for Bukoba; extent is half distance to nearest ppl: Kitendaguro.
Collecting Date: [date unknown] (1700-01-01 - 2100-01-01)
Collectors
Stuhlmann
Identifiers
muse location number: ZA17635
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Part Name Condition Disposition # Remarks
whole animal (ethanol) unchecked in collection 1
Remarks: OCE by ALoveridge.; TYPE: CURR ID = Hyperolius viridiflavus variabilis
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MCZ Herpetology Amphibia 014001-020000, pg.146

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MCZ Herpetology Amphibia 014001-020000, pg.146

 

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