Researchers describe a new species of frog in the microhylid genus Micryletta Dubois, from Northeast India. This validates the presence of genus Micryletta in Northeast India based on genetic evidence, and confirms the extension of its geographical range, westwards from Southeast Asia up to Northeast India.
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