Research on the Rana of the Korean Peninsula is very much needed.

There are three species in our country.
Rana coreana is small and easily distinguishable. However, Rana uenoi and Rana huanrenensis were recorded as similar species.

Rana uenoi lives in Jeema Island from Jeju Island to the Korean peninsula.
Rana huanrenensis inhabits the peninsula in Chinese huanren and is smaller than Rana uenoi.

These two species have been recorded in numerous scientific names since the 1930s, sometimes as a species.

Rana uenoi is still recorded as Rana dybowskii. Rana uenoi and Rana dybowskii are likely to live in North Korea. Rana dybowskii is most likely to live in northern North Korea. Rana huenrensis and smaller Rana chensinensis in North Korea

Research on the Rana of the Korean Peninsula is very much needed.

https://cafe.naver.com/yangpakor/33529
https://repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/2433/216901/1/zs140080.pdf
http://www.jonjfong.com/Website/Publications_files/Mol.%20Phylogenet.%20Evol.%202017%20Yang.pdf

Publicado por pintail pintail, 19 de noviembre de 2018

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