Xenopinae

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Xenopinae

 

a subfamily of amphibians of the family Pipidae. The Xenopinae have claws on the inner toes of the hindlimbs. There are three genera, comprising 11 species; they are distributed in Africa. The best known are the frogs of the genus Xenopus.

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