Two new species of Colostethus (Amphibia, Anura, Dendrobatidae) from Colombia by Philip A. Silverstone Download PDF EPUB FB2
Get this from a library. Two new species of Colostethus (Amphibia, Anura, Dendrobatidae) from Colombia. [Philip A Silverstone]. Two new species of frogs of the genus Colostethus (Dendrobatidae) from Peru: and a redescription of C.
trilineatus (Boulenger, ). American Museum novitates ; no. Grant, Taran. Rodríguez, Lily O. Type. Book Publication info. Language. English. Find in. Colostethus alessandroi is a new species found between about m on the eastern slopes of the Andes of southern Peru.
This species is most similar to C. mcdiarmidi Reynolds and Foster,but differs in amount of toe webbing, ventral coloration, snout-vent length, dorsal coloration, shank length, and tympanum diameter. Taxonomy. Formerly, the genus Colostethus was found to be "rampantly nonmonophyletic" in the taxonomic revision of poison dart frogs published in Before the revision, it had species, but this was reduced to 18 species, after species of the former Colostethus were distributed among eight genera in two families, that is, in Dendrobatidae and in the newly established Class: Amphibia.
A new species of Colostethus (Anura, Dendrobatidae) from French Guiana with a redescription of Colostethus beebei (Noble, ) from Two new species of Colostethus book type locality, a new species of Colostethus, long mistaken.
A new species of Colostethus, long mistaken for Colostethus beebei, is described from French Guiana. The new species can be distinguished from congeners by. A new species of frog of the genus Colostethus (Anura: Dendrobatidae) is described from Andean mountain streams and pools at Parque Nacional Yacambu, Estado Lara, Venezuela.
The taxon (Colostethus yustizi sp. nov.) belongs in the Colostethus collaris Group and it is distinguished from members of this monophyletic assemblage by the presence of a Cited by: 6.
On the brink of extinction: two new species of Anomaloglossus from French Guiana and amended definitions of Anomaloglossus degranvillei and A.
surinamensis (Anura: Aromobatidae). Zootaxa (1): 1– DOI: /zootaxa Reference page. Taxonomic notes on South American Colostethus with descriptions of two new species (Amphibia, Dendrobatidae) Vol Page The frog genus Leptodactylus in Ecuador.
Grant T, Rodriguez LO () Two new species of frogs of the genus Colostethus (Dendrobatidae) from Peru and a redescription of C. trilineatus (Boulenger, ). Am Mus Novit – Google ScholarCited by: Most species are illustrated by one or more photographs, and a distribution map is presented as well.
Two new species and two new subspecies of frogs are described for Surinam, and for several species a contribution to the taxonomic discussion is given.
Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery. £ Anomaloglossus triunfo is a species of frog in the family Aromobatidae.
It is endemic to Venezuela and is only known from the summit and slopes of Cerro Santa Rosa (its type locality), on the northwestern slopes of Sierra de Lema, Bolívar state. It might be synonym of Anomaloglossus parkerae. The specific name triunfo is the name of the camp site that was used as the base for Class: Amphibia.
Full text of "Ecuadorian frogs of the genus Colostethus (Anura:Dendrobatidae)" See other formats. The Lesser Antillean Fauna Ellen J. Censky and Hinrich Kaiser 2 t Connecticut State Museum of Natural Hisotry, University of Connecticut, Storm, Connecticut 2 Department of Biology, La Sierra University, Riverside, California Introduction The Lesser Antilles extend from South America northward in a long arc of more than a dozen major islands and hundreds of small Cited by: â€
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Natural History Museum. HARV AR Miscellaneous Publication No. 87 September Ecuadorian Frogs of the Genus Colostethus (An. Two species of hylids were calling from the edge and I speculated that they must put their tadpoles in the river with the fish.
The only fish I found in the stream at the base of the mountain was a tiny catfish of the genus Trichomycterus, which Jansen tells me is likely to be an undescribed species. Eight species of amphibians and reptiles were collected during a 7-day period in the dry season (February).
This sample includes two new frogs (Hyalinobatrachium eccentricum, n. sp., Centrolenidae; Colostethus undulatus, n. sp., Dendrobatidae) and a new genus and species of lizards (Adercosaurus vixadnexus, n.
gen. & sp., Teiidae), all of which. A New Amazonian Species of the Frog Genus Colostethus (Dendrobatidae) that Lays its Eggs on Undersides of Leaves.
Two New Species of Eleutherodactylus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) from the Cordillera Occidental in Peru. Book Reviews. The Sauropods: Evolution and Paleobiology.
Mary Higby Schweitzer. (1). The two most common and most wide-spread eleutherodactyline species found in northern Ecuador are Eleutherodactylus curtipes and E.
unistrigatus. The two are rarely sympatric because E. curtipes is found at higher, more moist localities and E.
unistrigatus evidently prefers lower and more xeric habitats. Both of the new spe. The frog Pristimantis marmoratus was originally described as Hylodes marmoratus by George A.
Boulenger in based on a single specimen reported to have been collected at the foot of Mount Roraima in Guyana in We herein discuss the exact location of the type locality of P. marmoratus and provide a redescription of the species based on new material from Kaieteur Cited by: 4.
As a group, amphibians are the most endangered animals on the face of the earth, especially susceptible to human depredation, fungal disease, and loss of their natural habitats.
On the following slides, you'll discover 10 frogs, toads, salamanders, and caecilians that have gone extinct or nearly extinct since the s.
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Trained keepers in exhibit development and amphibian husbandry, and established the first amphibian exhibits at the Guyana National Zoological Park, featuring two new species of frogs from Kaieteur National Park, May Reviewed a book MS "Water, Agriculture and Environment in the Everglades" for the University of Florida Press, September Hyloxalus Jiménez de la Espada, Type species: Hyloxalus fuliginosus Jiménez de la Espada, Synonyms.
Hyloxalus Jiménez de la Espada, ; Phyllodromus Jiménez de la Espada, ; Hylixalus Boulenger, ; Cryptophyllobates Lötters, Jungfer &. A revision of the South American snake genus Thamnodynastes Wagler, (Serpentes, Colubridae, Tachymenini). Two new species of Thamnodynastes from Central Brazil and adjacent areas, with a redefinition of and neotype designation for Thamnodynastes pallidus (Linnaeus, ).
Two new glassfrog papers. 12/09/ Marco Rada and colleagues have published two papers naming new species of glassfrogs in the latest issue of the South American Journal of Herpetology, one on the tan-brown species and the other on Sachatamia. Raillietnema lynchi n.
from the large intestine of a Rancho Redondo frog, Rana vibicaria, from Costa Rica is described and illustrated. Raillietnema lynchi n. represents the twenty-third species assigned to Raillietnema and is distinguished from the 6 other Neotropical species by length of spicules (– μm) and pattern of caudal papillae (4 pairs precloacal, Cited by: The team, made up of herpetologists and ornithologists, has also come across a new harlequin frog, two species of rain frogs, and a new kind of salamander.
“Without a doubt, this region is a Author: Tudor Vieru. Etymology. The specific epithet is the Latin absconditus, hidden, in reference to this species being hidden in plain site, abscondita in campo visum, for nearly 80 type specimens were collected in and and lay ensconced in the KU amphibian collection until finally being “discovered” almost 80 years later when TG examined the contents of a jar labeled.
Caldwell, J. P., and C. Myers. A new poison frog from Amazonian Brazil, with further revision of the quinquevittatus group of Dendrobates. American Museum Novitates – Caldwell, Janalee P. A new species of toad in the genus Bufo from Pará, Brazil, with an unusual breeding site.
Papéis Avulsos de Zoologia –. to an undescribed species (that I later named Eleutherodactylus colostichos). About fifteen days later, I traveled to another location and found two more frogs that were also undescribed (and later described the species as Colostethus molinarii).
The next speci-mens (caught seven months later) upon further study required a. The Amazonian species have geographic ranges around five times larger than their Australian and Central American counterparts.
The median clutch size and geographic range in aquatic-developing anuran species were 20 percent and percent greater, respectively, than those of terrestrial-developing by: 6.About fifteen days later, I traveled to another location and found two more frogs that were also undescribed (and later described the species as Colostethus molinarii).
The next specimens (caught seven months later) upon further study required a change from their sub-species designation to a full species designation.