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Nannophrys in a sentence

1. The free-living larvae are normally fully aquatic, but the tadpoles of some species (such as Nannophrys ceylonensis) are semi-terrestrial and live among wet rocks.

2. As a general rule, free-living larvae are fully aquatic, but at least one species (Nannophrys ceylonensis) has semiterrestrial tadpoles which live among wet rocks.

3. Traditional classifications place the genus within the subfamily Ranixalinae of the family Ranidae, along with the genera Nannophrys and Nyctibatrachus.

4. Nannophrys is a genus of frogs endemic to Sri Lanka.

5. Nannophrys species are flat-bodied frogs that are adapted to live among narrow, horizontal rock crevices near clear-water streams.

6. Nannophrys ceylonensis, commonly known as the Sri Lanka rock frog or the Ceylon streamlined frog, is a species of frog.

7. In the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, Nannophrys ceylonensis is listed as Vulnerable.

8. Nannophrys guentheri (Gunther's streamlined frog) is an extinct species of frog in the family Dicroglossidae.

9. Nannophrys guentheri has not been observed since the type specimens were collected.

10. These are poorly preserved and might not be distinct from Nannophrys ceylonensis.

11. Genus Nannophrys used to be placed in the large frog family Ranidae but a phylogenetic study was undertaken using DNA sequences and it is now included in the family Dicroglossidae.

12. Nannophrys guentheri was a small species, with snout to vent length given as 28.5 mm for males.

13. The longer hind limbs and the smaller head give this species a much more slender appearance than the related Nannophrys ceylonensis: the proportions of the fingers are also important differences between the two species.

14. Nannophrys marmorata, commonly known as Kirtisinghe's rock frog or marbled streamlined frog, is a species of frog endemic to Sri Lanka.

15. Sri Lanka harbours three endemic genera, Adenomus, Nannophrys, and Lankanectes.

16. Nannophrys naeyakai is a species of frogs in the family Dicroglossidae.

17. N. naeyakai can be distinguished from the other Nannophrys species by the details of the tubercles on the fourth toe, sharp and narrow symphysial knob on the anterior edge of mandible and small palmar tubercles.