Amolops panhai Matsui & Nabhitabhata, 2006
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|Amolops panhai Matsui & Nabhitabhata, 2006|
All juveniles (n = 12) 29.4-35.2 SVL.
Natural history notes.
Moderately common in the areas of large rocks and splash zones.
Tanintharyi, Myanmar and western/central peninsular Thailand.
Our specimens were less than 1% (COI and 16S) sequence divergence from each other. These were placed in a COIBIN with two individuals of A. panhai from Thailand ( Grosjean et al. 2015b). Our specimens were placed in a 16S clade with other individuals from GenBank identified as A. panhai from Dawei, Tanintharyi, Myanmar (JF794451, Dever et al. 2012) and Thailand (AB211487-8, Matsui et al. 2006; KR827705-6, Grosjean et al. 2015b). Our specimens were placed sister to two COI barcodes for A. panhai (KR087620-1), two of the same individuals for which 16S data were available ( Grosjean et al. 2015b).
Red List status.
We included three individuals ( USNM 564958, USNM 564961, USNM 564967) of Amolops marmoratus from Mon State, Myanmar. These were placed in a COIBIN with another individual from Thailand identified as A. marmoratus , and in a 16S clade with other individuals identified as A. marmoratus from Myanmar ( Dever et al. 2012) in the Tanintharyi (JF794450), Mon State (JF794452-56), and Shan State (JF794470) and Thailand (AB211486, Matsui et al. 2006). Our specimens were placed sister to one COI barcode for A. marmoratus (KR087617), one of the same individuals for which 16S data were available ( Grosjean et al. 2015b).
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