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Neobatrachia
New Frogs
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Neobatrachia are a suborder of the Anura, the order of frogs and toads. This suborder is the most advanced and apomorphic of the three anuran orders alive today; hence its name, which literally means "new frogs" (from the hellenic words "neo", meaning "new" and "batrachia" meaning frogs). It is also by far the largest of the three; its more than 5,000 different species make up over 96% of all living anurans.

The differentiation between Archaeobatrachia, Mesobatrachia, and Neobatrachia is mainly based primarily anatomic differences especially the skeletal structure , as well as several visible characteristics and behaviors.

Neobatrachia :
Amphignathodontidae
Aromobatidae
Arthroleptidae
Brachycephalidae
Bufonidae - True Toads
Calyptocephalellidae
Centrolenidae
Craugastoridae
Dendrobatidae
Eleutherodactylidae
Heleophrynidae
Hemisotidae
Hylidae
Hylodidae
Hyperoliidae
Leiuperidae
Leptodactylidae
Mantellidae
Microhylidae
Myobatrachidae
Pseudidae
Ranidae
Ranixalidae
Rhacophoridae
Rhinodermatidae
Sooglossidae
Strabomantidae

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Neobatrachia
New Frogs
Anura
Frogs
Lissamphibia
Smooth Amphibians
Amphibia
Amphibians
Tetrapoda
Four Legs
Gnathostomata
Jaws
Vertebrata
Vertibrates
Chordata
Chords
Deuterostomia
Mouth Second
Bilateria
Two-Way Symmetry
Eumetazoa
True Higher Animals
Animalia
Animals
Eukaryota
Eukaryota
Cells with a Nucleus

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