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Additional file 1: Table S1. Species, sample size (females/males), mean body size in males and females of 39 species and references of published papers.

Species

Samplings

females/males



Females SVL

Males

SVL


Mating system

Habitat types

References

Bufo bufo

485/837

72.7

59.2

Sequential polyandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

13,14,40

Rana sylvatica

402/891

52.6

46.1

Sequential polyandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

15,16,17,40

Rana temporaria

141/227

75.5

69.7

Sequential polyandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

18,19,20,40

Mixophyes fasciolatus

56/107

75.2

64.9

Monoandry

Aquatic in stream

1,40

Mixophyes fleayi

9/40

51.8

49.2

Monoandry

Aquatic in stream

1,40

Pelophylax ridibunda

56/52

82.4

69.0

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

2,40

Pelophylax pleuraden

70/125

49.8

43.8

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

3,41,42

Pelophylax nigromaculata

148/209

76.6

67.0

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

4,5,6,41

Hylarana guentheri

79/86

75.1

67.8

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

7,41,42

Fejervarya limnocharis

65/172

46.4

40.0

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

8,41,42

Bufo americanus

37/34

71.5

64.3

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

9,40

Bufo cognatus

10/21

66.4

58.0

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

10,40

Bufo punctatus

8/25

59.2

52.0

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

10,40

Bufo alvarius

9/9

125.0

117.8

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

10,40

Bufo andrewsi

280/432

99.2

77.9

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

11,40

Bufo gargarizans

79/128

101.1

92.9

Monoandry

Terrestrial in various conditions

12,41,42

Nanorana parkeri

987/1355

42.5

37.4

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

21,41,42

Alytes obstetricans

31/59

49.7

41.7

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

22,40

Alytes cisternasii

13/74

38.6

35.8

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

22,40

Rana omeimontis

64/63

69.7

62.6

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

23,42

Rana chensinensis

270/513

46.5

41.8

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

24,25,26,41,42

Rana catesbeiana




113.2

105.3

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

27,40

Rana muscosa

74/44

63.6

56.1

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

28,40

Pelobates fuscus

29/87

53.9

45.9

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

29,40

Xenopus laevis

64/51

63.3

59.9

Monoandry

Semiaquatic in or near water

30,40

Litoria chloris




64.1

58.3

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

1,40

Litoria lesueuri




59.9

39.2

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

1,40

Hyla arborea

49/94

44.4

43.1

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

31,40

Hyla crucifer

59/184

28.4

26.5

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

32,40

Mantidactylus microtympanum

26/33

94.1

74.7

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

35,41,42

Phyllomedusa boliviana




74.6

67.9

Monoandry

Arboreal in trees

38,40

Odorrana grahami

93/108

76.3

69.1

Monoandry

Aquatic in stream

12,41,42

Amolops lifanensis

30/20

68.9

50.7

Monoandry

Aquatic in stream

39,41,42

Amolops mantzorum

112/170

68.5

53.7

Monoandry

Aquatic in stream

40,41,42

Hyla annectans

33/64

39.5

32.5

Simultaneous polyandry

Arboreal in trees

33,40

Rhacophorus megacephalus

21/108

69.3

51.6

Simultaneous polyandry

Arboreal in trees

12,41,42

Rhacophorus omeimontis

51/203

75.5

62.6

Simultaneous polyandry

Arboreal in trees

34,42

Chiromantis xerampelina

30/34

76.1

63.2

Simultaneous polyandry

Arboreal in trees

36,40

Phyllomedusa burmeisteri

13/13

76.7

63.4

Simultaneous polyandry

Arboreal in trees

37,40

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