Moor frog

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Moor frog
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R. arvalis
Binomial name
Rana arvalis
Nilsson, 1842
Synonyms[1]
  • Rana terrestris (Andrzejowski, 1832)
  • Rana arvalis (Nilsson, 1842)
  • Rana oxyrrhinus (Steenstrup, 1846)
  • Rana angustifrongs (Schiff in Thomas, 1855)
  • Rana temporaria var. arvalis (Günther, 1859)
  • Rana oxyrhina (Filippi, 1865)
  • Rana oxyrhinus var. striatus (Koch, 1872)
  • Rana (Crotaphitis) arvalis (Schulze, 1891)
  • Rana arvalis altaica (Kashchenko, 1899)
  • Rana arvalis var. striata (Nikolskii, 1905)
  • Rana altaica (Kashchenko, 1909)
  • Rana arvalis wolterstorffi (Fejérváry, 1919)
  • Rana terrestris altaica natio issaitschikovi (Terentjev, 1927)
  • Rana terrestris terrestris (Mertens and Müller, 1928)
  • Rana terrestris wolterstorffi (Mertens and Müller, 1928)
  • Rana arvalis arvalis (Lindholm, 1929)
  • Rana asiatica var. oxyrrhinus (Pavlov, 1933)
  • Rana arvalis wolterstorffi (Mertens and Müller, 1940)
  • Rana arvalis issaltschikovi (Mertens and Wermuth, 1960)
  • Rana wolterstorffi (Cochran, 1961)
  • Rana altaica (Ye, Fei, and Xiang, 1981)
  • Rana (Rana) altaica (Dubois, 1987)
  • Rana (Rana) arvalis (Dubois, 1987)
  • Rana terrestris (Dunayev and Orlova, 1994)
  • Rana (Laurasiarana) arvalis (Hillis and Wilcox, 2005)

The Moor Frog, Wolterstorff's Frog, Swedish swamp frog, Siberian frog, or Altai swamp frog (Rana arvalis) is a species of frog. It is part of the family Ranidae. It lives in many parts of Europe and Asia, as far north as Siberia. It is skinny, reddish-brown and semi-aquatic amphibians.[1][2][3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Rana arvalis' (Wied-Neuwied, 1821)". Amphibian Species of the World 6.0, an Online Reference. American Museum of Natural History. Retrieved April 16, 2022.
  2. Sergius L. Kuzmin (November 10, 1999). Meredith J. Mahoney (ed.). "Rana arvalis". Amphibiaweb. Retrieved April 16, 2022.
  3. Kuzmin, S.; Tarkhnishvili, D.; Ishchenko, V.; Tuniyev, B.; Beebee, T.; Anthony, B.P.; Schmidt, B.; Ogrodowczyk, A.; Ogielska, M.; Babik, W.; Vogrin, M.; Loman, J.; Cogalniceanu, D.; Kovács, T.; Kiss, I. (2016). "Santa Ines Moor Frog: Rana arvalis'". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 3.1. p. e.T58548A86232114. doi:10.2305/IUCN.UK.2009.RLTS.T58548A11800564.en. 58548. Retrieved April 16, 2022.