Phrynomeridae (class Amphibia, order Anura) A small family of frogs which have finger pads and elongate fingers as do tree frogs. The pectoral girdle is vestigial. Phrynomeridae are seldom arboreal. Usually they climb and burrow in rock crevices or termite mounds. There are six species, occurring in southern Africa.
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