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Introduction

Sooglossids include two genera of small frogs that are restricted to the Seychelles islands of the Indian Ocean (Silhouette and Mahé). The frogs are relatively small and terrestrial. Their phylogenetic placement is the subject of much controversy; see below. They are unusual as neobatrachians in having inguinal amplexus. There are no fossils.

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