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|All Authors / Contributors:||Frederick B Turner|
|Notes:||Fig. 1.-Location of 4 populations of Rana p. pretiosa in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, from which samples were drawn. Black circles indicate specific areas sampled.
Fig. 4.-Representative patterns and intensities of ventral melanin pigmentation of 6 Rana p. pretiosa from Yellowstone Park, Wyoming. A-Female; chin A-2, belly B-1, pectoral bar well-defined. B-Female; chin B-1.8, belly 0, pectoral triangle well-defined. C-Female; chin A-1.4, belly B-1, pectoral triangle weakly-defined. D-Male; chin A-3, belly, B-2.2, pectoral triangle well-defined. E-Male; chin C-3.2, belly C-2.2, axilla indeterminate. F-Male; chin A-4, belly B-3.4, pectoral triangle well-defined.
Fig. 7.-Pattern of lipoid pigmentation of the belly in 9 Rana p. pretiosa from Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.
Fig. 8.-Dorsal spotting of 12 Rana p. pretiosa from Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.