|Binomial Name and Author||Common Name|
|Austrochaperina adamantina Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina adelphe (Zweifel, 1985)||Peeping Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina aquilonia Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina archboldi Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina basipalmata Kampen, 1906|
|Austrochaperina blumi Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina brevipes (Boulenger, 1897)||Victoria Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina derongo Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina fryi (Zweifel, 1962)||Whistling Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina gracilipes Fry, 1912||Golden Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina guttata Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina hooglandi (Zweifel, 1967)||New Guinea Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina kosarek Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina macrorhyncha (Kampen, 1906)||Manikion Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina mehelyi (Parker, 1934)||Mehely's Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina novaebritanniae Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina palmipes (Zweifel, 1956)||Dayman Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina parkeri Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina pluvialis (Zweifel, 1965)||Flecked Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina polysticta (Méhely, 1901)||Morobe Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina rivularis Zweifel, 2000|
|Austrochaperina robusta Fry, 1912||Chirping Land Frog|
|Austrochaperina septentrionalis Allison & Kraus, 2003|
|Austrochaperina yelaensis Zweifel, 2000|
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