Maps showing locality records in Madagascar considered in this study, the majority of them based on molecular data. The left map shows records for G. marokoroko, G. horridus, G. malagasius, G. ranjamavo, and G. striatus in paler colors if they would benefit from further confirmation or taxonomic revision, as follows: pale yellow marks the type locality of G. ventrimaculatus (specimens not studied genetically) and records based on individuals phenotypically matching the types of ventrimaculatus (here considered to be a junior synonym of G. malagasius). Light green marks records assigned to G. striatus based on phenotype without genetic data. Light blue marks a record assigned to G. horridus tentatively due to the lack of genetic data from the type locality. Sky blue mark genetically divergent specimens here assigned to G. ranjomavo but in need of further study. The type locality of G. malagasius, Folohy, is here tentatively placed close to Toamasina, but its exact location is uncertain (north of Toamasina / east of Lake Alaotra, see species account).

  Part of: Vences M, Köhler J, Crottini A, Hofreiter M, Hutter CR, du Preez L, Preick M, Rakotoarison A, Rancilhac L, Raselimanana AP, Rosa GM, Scherz MD, Glaw F (2022) An integrative taxonomic revision and redefinition of Gephyromantis (Laurentomantis) malagasius based on archival DNA analysis reveals four new mantellid frog species from Madagascar. Vertebrate Zoology 72: 271-309.