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1.  Early Pliocene anuran fossils from Kanapoi, Kenya, and the first fossil record for the African burrowing frog Hemisus (Neobatrachia: Hemisotidae).LinkIT
Delfino M
Journal of human evolution, 2020
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2.  Gene Expression Program Underlying Tail Resorption During Thyroid Hormone-Dependent Metamorphosis of the Ornamented Pygmy Frog Microhyla fissipes.LinkIT
Wang S, Liu L, Liu J, Zhu W, Tanizaki Y, Fu L, Bao L, Shi YB, Jiang J
Frontiers in endocrinology, 2019
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3.  Indopolystoma n. gen. (Monogenea, Polystomatidae) with the description of three new species and reassignment of eight known Polystoma species from Asian frogs (Anura, Rhacophoridae).LinkIT
Chaabane A, Verneau O, Du Preez L
Parasite (Paris, France), 2019
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4.  Mitochondrial genomes of the South American frogs Eupsophus vertebralis and E. emiliopugini (Neobatrachia: Alsodidae) and their phylogenetic relationships.LinkIT
Suárez-Villota EY, Quercia CA, Nuñez JJ
Journal of genomics, 2018
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5.  De novo transcriptome assembly for the lung of the ornamented pygmy frog (Microhyla fissipes).LinkIT
Liu L, Wang S, Zhao L, Jiang J
Genomics data, 2017
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6.  Concentrated evolutionary novelties in the foot musculature of Odontophrynidae (Anura: Neobatrachia), with comments on adaptations for burrowing.LinkIT
Blotto BL, Pereyra MO, Faivovich J, Dias PHDS, Grant T
Zootaxa, 2017
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7.  Transcriptome profiles of metamorphosis in the ornamented pygmy frog Microhyla fissipes clarify the functions of thyroid hormone receptors in metamorphosis.LinkIT
Zhao L, Liu L, Wang S, Wang H, Jiang J
Scientific reports, 2016
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8.  Independent Evolution of Suction Feeding in Neobatrachia: Feeding Mechanisms in Two Species of Telmatobius (Anura:Telmatobiidae).LinkIT
Barrionuevo JS
Anatomical record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007), 2016
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9.  Postcranial osteogenesis of the helmeted water toad Calyptocephalella gayi (Neobatrachia: Calyptocephalellidae) with comments on the osteology of australobatrachians.LinkIT
Muzzopappa P, Pugener LA, Báez AM
Journal of morphology, 2016
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10.  The Gondwana Breakup and the History of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans Unveils Two New Clades for Early Neobatrachian Diversification.LinkIT
Frazão A, da Silva HR, Russo CA
PloS one, 2015
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