An annotated checklist and key to the amphibia of Mexico, Issues 194-195
This bulletin supplies checklists and keys for identification of Mexican amphiban species. In 1932, Dr. Remington Kellogg initiated a new era in the study of Mexican herpetology with the appearence of "Mexican Tailless Amphibians in the United States National Museum" which was a work of fundamental importance as well as the renaissance of intensive field exploration of Mexico. Since 1932 the number of amphibians in collections from Mexico has increased about a thousand percent, and the number of recognizable forms more than a hundred percent. In preparing this work, the authors followed, with some exceptions, the style of their "Annotated Checklist and Key to the Snakes of Mexico".
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