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Zhi-Tong Lyu, Zhao-Chi Zeng, Jian Wang, Chao-Yu Lin, Zu-Yao Liu and Ying-Yong Wang

the evolutionary history of the taxa analyzed. Pairwise distances ( p -distance) were calculated in MEGA 6 using the uncorrected p -distance model. Bioacoustic analysis Bioacoustic data of known Babina s. l. species were obtained from literature (Matsui and Utsunomiya, 1983 ; Chou, 1999

Miguel Vences and Frank Glaw

Further investigations on Discoglossus bioacoustics: Relationships between D. galganoi galganoi, D. g. jeanneae and D. pictus scovazzi Miguel Vences, Frank Glaw Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig, Department of Herpetology, Adenauerallee 160, D-53113 Bonn, Germany

Frank Glaw and Miguel Vences

Bioacoustic differentiation in Painted frogs (Discoglossus) Frank Glaw1, Miguel Vences2 1 Senefelder Str. 20-22, 5000 Köln 30, FRG 2 Wittekindstr. 15, 5000 Köln 41, FRG Abstract. Advertisement calls of the Discoglossus-species D. pictus, D. sardus, D. galganoi, and D. montalentii were studied

Claudia Hemp, Klaus-Gerhard Heller, Elżbieta Warchałowska-Śliwa, Beata Grzywacz and Andreas Hemp

1979, Heller 1988, Ragge & Reynolds 1998 ). In this paper new bioacoustic data for 15 species are presented and the already published ones (8 species) are reviewed. Material and Methods Identification. Species were identified using keys provided by Ragge (1960) , comparing data given by the

Miguel Vences, Frank Glaw, Jörn Köhler and Katharina C. Wollenberg

Edited by J.W. Arntzen

We provide a partial revision of the microhylid frogs of the genus Anodonthyla, endemic to Madagascar, based on comprehensive molecular, bioacoustic and morphological data sets that include newly collected specimens from multiple localities. The molecular trees provide strong evidence for the polyphyly of several nominal species as they were previously defined, especially of Anodonthyla boulengeri and A. nigrigularis. As a consequence, we here resurrect the nomen Mantella pollicaris Boettger as Anodonthyla pollicaris from the synonymy of A. boulengeri, and we describe four new species, all with strong genetic divergences to other nominal species: Anodonthyla emilei from Ranomafana National Park, a comparatively medium- sized species characterized by a multi-note advertisement call with high note repetition rate; A. theoi from Manombo Special Reserve, a small species characterized by low note repetition rate, long note duration and high spectral call frequency; A. vallani, a medium-sized species from Ambohitantely Special Reserve, characterized by low note repetition rate, long note duration and low spectral call frequency; and A. jeanbai, a small species from Andohahela National Park, characterized by a long and narrow head, presence of short dorsolateral folds, a very short first finger, and a yellowish ventral colour. A further candidate species comprises populations previously assigned to A. boulengeri from the Ranomafana region, which we do not describe because the corresponding data set is too fragmentary, and we refer to it as A. sp. aff. boulengeri ‘Ranomafana’. The molecular phylogeny indicates recurrent shifts between high and low note repetition rates in calls, based mainly on three strongly supported sister groups: A. moramora with low repetition rate and A. nigrigularis with moderately low repetition rate; A. theoi with low repetition rate and A. pollicaris with high repetition rate; and A. vallani with low repetition rate and A. sp. aff. boulengeri ‘Ranomafana’ with high repetition rate. The two species with the northernmost ranges, A. hutchisoni and A. boulengeri, are phylogenetically nested within clades of species occurring further south, confirming that the center of origin of the genus Anodonthyla was most likely in the South East of Madagascar.

Frank Glaw, Franco Andreone and Miguel Vences

112 Short Notes Voice of a giant: bioacoustic data for Mantidactylus guttulatus (Amphibia: Mantellidae) Miguel Vences 1 , Franco Andreone 2 , Frank Glaw 3 1 Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics, Zoological Museum, University of Amsterdam, PO Box 94766, 1090 GT Amsterdam, The

Hasan Sevgili, Klaus-Gerhard Heller and Klaus Reinhold

© Insect Systematics & Evolution (Group 6) A re-assessment of the Poecilimon syriacus group (Orthoptera Tettigonioidea, Phaneropteridae) based on bioacoustics, morphology and molecular data KLAUS-GERHARD HELLER, HASAN SEVGILI and KLAUS REINHOLD Heller, K. G., Sevgili, H. and Reinhold, K.: A re


) Zool. Jahrb. Syst 1994 121 248 262 Schneider H. Sofianidou T.S. Bioacoustic studies of water frogs (Ranidae) in Greece. Studies in herpetology. Proc. 3rd Ord. Gen. Meet. Soc. Europ. Herp., Prague 1986 Rocek Z. 1986 561 564 Schneider H. Sofianidou T.S. Hybrid types of water frogs living

Elliott H. Haimoff

to this study, only partial bio-acoustic analyses of the 'great call' sequence of siamang call bouts have been done (CHIVERS, 1972, 1974, 1976; FOX, 1972, 1977; LAMPRECHT, 1970; MARLER & TENAZA, 1977; MARSHALL al., 1972; TEMBROCK, 1974). The term 'great call' originated from BOUTAN (1913), in which

Frank Glaw, Denis Vallan and Miguel Vences

analysis this taxon shows no consistent morphological differences to Boophis idae and supposed bioacoustic differences may be explained by two distinct call types in this species, and we thus suggest to consider hillenii as junior synonym of idae . Keywords : Boophis calcaratus , Boophis hillenii , Boophis