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  • Ingram, G. (1983). ''Natural history.'' The Gastric Brooding Frog. M.J. Tyler, eds., Croom Helm, London, 16-35.
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  • Tyler, M.J. (1989). Australian Frogs. Penguin Books Australia Ltd., Victoria.
  • Tyler, M.J. and Carter, D.B. (1982). ''Oral birth of the young of the gastric-brooding frog Rheobatrachus silus.'' Animal Behaviour, 29, 280-282.
  • Tyler, M.J. and Davies, M. (1983). ''Larval development.'' The Gastric Brooding Frog. M.J. Tyler, eds., Croom Helm, London, 44-57.
  • Tyler, M.J. and Davies, M. (1983). ''Superficial features.'' The Gastric Brooding Frog. M.J Tyler, eds., Croom Helm, London, 5-15.
  • Tyler, M.J. and Davies, M. (1985). ''The Gastric Brooding Frog.'' Biology of Australasian Frogs and Reptiles. G. Grigg, R. Shine, and H. Ehmann, eds., Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney, 469-470.
  • Tyler, M.J., Shearman, D.J.C., Franco, R., O'Brien, P., Seamark, R.F., and Kelly, R. (1983). ''Inhabitaion of gastric acid secretion in the Gastric Brooding Frog, Rheobatrachus silus.'' Science, 220, 609-610.
  • Yong, Ed. ''Resurrecting the Extinct Frog with a Stomach for a Womb.'' National Geographic. 15 March 2013. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.

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