es occurring in northern China. Subsequently, asiaticus was relegated to synonymy under the earlier-named gargarizans--see discussions by Pope and Boring (1940:33) and Liu (op. cit.:220).
=Kaloula borealis= (Barbour)
Cacopoides borealis Barbour, Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 51(12):231, April, 1908 (type locality, Antung, Manchuria).
Kaloula borealis, Noble, Amer. Mus. Novit., 165:6, April 16, 1925.
Specimens examined (8).--5 mi. ESE Seoul, 1 (KU); 6 mi. E Seoul, 3 (UMMZ); 7 mi. ESE Seoul, 4 (KU).
Remarks.--On April 5, one male and three females were uncovered by a bulldozer from between one and two feet below the surface of the ground in an old Korean burial mound; one individual was completely surrounded by compact soil. All quickly became active when placed in water. Two of the females (43 and 44 in snout-vent length) contained masses of immature eggs. A male obtained on June 4 was found during a rain; the three UMM