University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History. v.17 (1965-1968)

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  1. A new species of fringe-limbed tree frog, genus Hyla, from Darién, Panamá
    By: Duellman, W E
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1966-06-17
    Page Range: 257--262
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  2. Taxonomic notes on some Mexican and Central American hylid frogs
    By: Duellman, W E
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1966
    Page Range: 263--279
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  3. Neotropical hylid frogs, genus Smilisca
    By: Duellman, William E - Trueb, Linda
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1966-07-14
    Page Range: 281--375
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  4. Systematic status of a South American frog, Allophryne ruthveni Gaige
    By: Lynch, John D - Freeman, Howard L
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas, Museum of Natural History, Miscellaneous Publication
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1966-10-27
    Page Range: 493--502
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  5. Genera of leptodactylid frogs in México
    By: Lynch, J D
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1968
    Page Range: 503--515
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  6. Middle American frogs of the Hyla microcephala group
    By: Duellman, William E - Fouquette, M J
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications of the Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1968-03-20
    Page Range: 517--557
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  7. Middle American frogs of the Hyla microcephala group
    By: Duellman, W E - Fouquette, M J
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1968
    Page Range: 519--557
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  8. Descriptions of new hylid frogs from Mexico and Central America
    By: Duellman, W E
    Type: Article
    In: University of Kansas Publications. Museum of Natural History
    Volume: 17
    Date: 1968
    Page Range: 559--578
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