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Česky: Rozšíření ropuchovitých.
English: Distribution of Bufonidae.
Date 2006-07-06 (original upload date)
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The source(s) of the data used to create this distribution map came from the one or more of the following; The IUCN Red List, Frogs Australian Network, Frogs of Australia, A Field Guide to Australian Frogs - Barker, J.; Grigg, G.C.; Tyler,M.J. 1995 (Surrey Beatty & Sons. ), Tadpoles of South-eastern Australia - Anstis, M. 2002 (Reed New Holland: Sydney), A Field Guide to Frogs of Australia - Robinson, M. 2002 (Australian Museum/Reed New Holland: Sydney) and/or Australian Frogs A Natural History - Tyler, M. J. 1994 (Reed Books).
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