PIPIDS OF THE WORLD: Pipidae Distribution Database

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Xenopus vestitus

  1. Rwanda: Gabiro (01°31'S, 30°24'E) — "Gabiro (alt. 1772 m), Ruanda", Burgeon, 1932, 1 spm: collected with 2 X. l. victorianus [1].
  2. Rwanda: Mbuye, Gisenyi ? (01°51'S, 29°39'E) — "Mbuye, Rwanda", , , Fischberg mission, U. Biology, Geneva, MHNG unregistered [2].
  3. Rwanda: Shama (01°57'S, 30°03'36''E) — "Shama, eastern Rwanda", , , Fischberg mission, U. Biology, Geneva, MHNG unregistered [2, 3].
  4. Uganda: Echuya forest (01°17'S, 29°49'E) — "Echuya forest (Muchoya Swamp, alt. 2250 m), Kigezi, Uganda", Tinsley, Kobel, Fischberg & Du Pasquier, 1975-08-27 - 29, 46 spms: Fischberg mission, U. Biology, Geneva, MHNG unregistered; sympatric with 48 X. wittei [4, 2].
  5. Uganda: Kibale National Park (00°27'N (00°13'N - 00°41'N), 30°25'30''E (30°19'E - 30°32'E)) — "Dura River near Kanyanchu, Kibale National Park, Kabarole, Uganda", , 1995-05 - 08 + 1996-11 - 1997-12, 1 spm [5].
  6. Uganda: Kisoro (01°17'S, 29°41'E) — "near Kisoro, Lake Mutanda, Uganda", , , 1 spm [6].
  7. Uganda: Lake Mulehe (01°13'S, 29°43'E) — "Lake Mulehe (alt. 1833 m), Uganda", Tinsley, 1969-11-04, [7, 1] — "Lake Mulehe (alt. 1833 m), Uganda", Tinsley, Kobel, Fischberg & Du Pasquier, 1975-08-28 - 30, 145 spms: sympatric with 59 X. wittei [4] — "Lake Mulehe, Uganda", S. Kigoolo, 1996-11, [8].
  8. Uganda: Lake Mutanda (01°13'44''S, 29°40'03''E) — "Lake Mutanda (alt. 1822 m), Uganda", Tinsley, 1969-11-04, [7, 1] — "Lake Mutanda (alt. 1822 m), Uganda", Tinsley, Kobel, Fischberg & Du Pasquier, 1975, 318 spms [4] — "Lake Mutanda, Uganda", , 1975, 218 spms: sympatric with 1 X. l. bunyoniensis [9] — "Lake Mutanda, Kigezi District, Uganda", R.C. Tinsley, 200x, Tinsley collection [10].
  9. Zaïre: Bishakishaski, riv. (01°19'S, 29°05'E) — "River Bishakishaki (alt. 2100 m), Kamatembe, Zaïre", G.F. de Witte, 1935, 1 spm; collected with 8 X. wittei [1].
  10. Zaïre: Bukengeri, riv. — "Bukengeri (alt. 1200 m), région de Rutshuru, Kivu, Congo", G.F. de Witte, 1952 - 1957, 1 spm: paratype [11] — "River Bukengeri (alt. 1300 m), affl. of River Rutshuru, Zaïre", G.F. de Witte, 1954 - 1955, 39 spms [1].
  11. Zaïre: Kamande (00°36'S, 29°18'E) — "Kamande (alt. 925 m), southern end of Lake Edward, Zaïre", Damas, 1935, 1 spm; collected with 19 X. l. victorianus [1] — "Kamande, Zaïre", IG 13303, 1935-11-15 - 1935-11-21, 1 spm: from X. laevis victorianus cat.nr. 808, RBINS 437461 (SC 12680) [12].
  12. Zaïre: Kandundwe ? (01°40'S, 29°28'E) — "riv. Kantundwe (alt. 1250 m), près de Rutshuru, Kivu, Congo", G.F. de Witte, 1952 - 1957, 3 spms: paratypes [11] — "Kantundwe (alt. 1250 m), affl. of River Rutshuru, Zaïre", G.F. de Witte, 1954 - 1955, 4 spms [1].
  13. Zaïre: Kasha — "Kasha, (alt. 1250 m), near Rutshuru, Zaïre", G.F. de Witte, 1954 - 1955, 1 spm (orig. det. as X. l. victorianus (Laurent, 1972)) [11, 1].
  14. Zaïre: Musosa ? (08°22'S, 29°38'E) — "Musosa, Tanganyika District", Brédo, 1939, 43 spms: collected with 8 X. l. victorianus and 9 X. wittei [1, 4] — "Musosa, Zaïre", IG 13057, , 39 spms: RBINS 437458 (SC 12678) [12].
  15. Zaïre: Musugeriza, riv. (01°09'S, 29°27'E) — "riv. Musugereza (alt. 1250 m), près de Rutshuru, Kivu, Congo", G.F. de Witte, 1952 - 1957, 22 spms: incl. holotype (female, 44.4 mm) [11].
  16. Zaïre: Pinga (01°01'S, 28°42'E) — "Pinga (alt. 1100 - 1300 m), Kivu, Zaïre", , , 6 spms; collected with X. wittei (MRAC 51317) and 1 X. l. victorianus [1, 4].
  17. Zaïre: Rumangabo (01°20'38''S, 29°21'34''E) — "Rumangabo (alt. 1500 m), Kinyantuku, Kivu, Congo", G.F. de Witte, 1952 - 1957, 20 spms: paratypes [11, 1].
  18. Zaïre: Rutshuru (01°11'03''S, 29°26'56''E) — "Rutshuru (1275 m), Kivu, Congo", G.F. de Witte, 1952 - 1957, 32 spms: paratypes [11] — "Edouard, Zaïre", IG 25705, 1957-11-20, 2 spms: N° 387, Male, RBINS 437163 (SC 12409) [12] — "Edouard, Zaïre", IG 25705, 1957-11-28, 1 spm: 4 spec. now X. laevis victorianus 12677, RBINS 437166 (SC 12411) [12].

References

  1. Tinsley, Richard C. (1975): The morphology and distribution of Xenopus vestitus (Anura: Pipidae) in Central Africa. - Journal of Zoology, 175: 473-492.
  2. Loumont, Catherine (1984): Current distribution of the genus Xenopus in Africa and future prospects. - Revue suisse de Zoologie, 91(3): 725-746.
  3. Vigny, Catherine (1979): The mating calls of 12 species and sub-species of the genus Xenopus (Amphibia: Anura). - Journal of Zoology, London, 188: 103-122.
  4. Tinsley, Richard C., Hans Rudolf Kobel & Michaïl Fischberg (1979): The biology and systematics of a new species of Xenopus (Anura: Pipidae) from the highlands of Central Africa. - Journal of Zoology, 188: 69-102.
  5. Vonesh, James (2001): Natural history and biogeography of the amphibians and reptiles of Kibale National Park, Uganda. - Contemporary Herpetology, 4.
  6. Evans, Ben J., Darcy B. Kelley, Richard C. Tinsley, Don J. Melnick & David C. Cannatella (2004): A mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of African clawed frogs: phylogeography and implications for polyploid evolution. - Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution, 33(1): 197-213.
  7. Tinsley, Richard C. (1973): Studies on the ecology and systematics of a new species of clawed toad, the genus Xenopus, from western Uganda. - Journal of Zoology, 169: 1-27.
  8. Tinsley, Richard C. & Joseph A. Jackson (1998): Speciation of Protopolystoma Bychowsky, 1957 (Monogenea: Polystomatidae) in hosts of the genus Xenopus (Anura: Pipidae). - Systematic Parasitology, 40(2): 93-141.
  9. Tinsley, Richard C. (1981): Interactions between Xenopus species (Anura Pipidae). - Monitore zoologico italiano/Supplemento, XV: 133-150.
  10. unpublished
  11. Laurent, Raymond Ferdinand (1972): Amphibiens. - Exploration du Parc National des Virunga, Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique, Bruxelles, Fascicule 22: 125 pp + XI.
  12. Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences: The DaRWIN database. - http://www.naturalsciences.be/darwin/.