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The Occurrence of Polymely and Polydactyly in Natural Populations of Anurans of the USSR

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Various cases of isolated and mass polymely and polydactyly in anurans of the USSR fauna are summarized. Mass polydactylies in frogs Rana arvalis arvalis and Rana lessonae-Rana esculenta as well as in toad Bufo bufo bufo are reported. Classiication of polydactyly types based on X-ray analysis is proposed. Species-specificity and lozalized appearance of mass polydactyly factor(s) are discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Herpetology, Zoological Institute, Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Leningrad 199 034, USSR; 2: Institute of Zoology, Academy of Sciences of the Byelorussian Republic, Minsk 220 733, USSR


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