Synonyms for ranixalidae or Related words with ranixalidae

micrixalidae              helicarionidae              pelobatidae              strabomantidae              leiuperidae              schilbeidae              synlestidae              streptaxidae              gobiesocidae              uraniidae              euphaeidae              bagridae              atherinidae              gastrodontidae              balitoridae              phrynosomatidae              cirrhitidae              charopidae              subulinidae              aplocheilidae              petropedetidae              danainae              caeciliidae              achatinidae              milacidae              pseudomugilidae              platystictidae              melanotaeniidae              pomatiidae              cobitidae              tripterygiidae              thiaridae              notopteridae              goodeidae              gobiidae              flufftails              polychrotidae              limacodidae              holocentridae              dictynidae              petropedetes              euconulidae              amphinectidae              matudai              fruticicola              clubionidae              eriocraniidae              cerastidae              bythitidae              siluridae             



Examples of "ranixalidae"
The following phylogeny of Dicroglossidae is from Pyron & Wiens (2011). Dicroglossidae is a sister group of Ranixalidae.
Indirana is a genus of frogs, the sole member of the Ranixalidae family. These frogs are endemic to the Western Ghats of India. They are sometimes known under the common name Indian frogs, whereas the family may go under the name leaping frogs.
The taxonomical position of the Ranixalidae, with "Indirana" as the only genus, is now well established, but this has not always been the case. Traditional classifications place it within the subfamily Ranixalinae of the family Ranidae, along with the genera "Nannophrys" and "Nyctibatrachus". The Ranixalinae have also been placed under the Nyctibatrachidae family. Darrel R. Frost "et al." (2006) placed them within the family Petropedetidae.