2 edition of Frogs of the fitzingeri group of Eleutherodactylus in eastern Panama and Chocoan South America (Leptodactylidae) found in the catalog.
Frogs of the fitzingeri group of Eleutherodactylus in eastern Panama and Chocoan South America (Leptodactylidae)
John D. Lynch
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||John D. Lynch, Charles W. Myers.|
|Series||Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 175, art. 5|
|Contributions||Myers, Charles W., American Museum of Natural History.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 484-568 :|
|Number of Pages||568|
The Eleutherodactylus frog is one of the smallest known frogs to date. It is a relatively recent discovery as it was found and identified in and as of yet does not have a universal or common household name as many other frog species do, though in some areas it is known as the Coqui. fitzingeri, a terrestrial frog native to Central America, continue to persist in Bd-positive environments in Panama. My study focused on identifying antifungal bacterial isolates and determining the culturability of the bacterial community on 15 individuals of C. fitzingeri.
A second means by which Eleutherodactylus frogs may have dispersed in Hawaii is by intentional transport to establish new populations. In at least one case, a nursery owner with a con-spicuous population of calling frogs allowed individuals inter km E. planirostris species unknown The Main Hawaiian Islands o 20km E. coqui E. planirostris. Eleutherodactylus species, with a preferred temperature of ± °C (Pough et al., ). The maximum temperature range for E. planirostris was found to be from to °C and critical water loss at % ± of initial body weight in % relative humidity (Pough et.
A new species of frog of the Eleutherodactylus lacrimosus assembly from Amazonia, South America (Amphibia: Anura: Leptodactylidae) By W Ronald Heyer and Laura M Hardy. Abstract. Volume: Start Page: End Page: 44 Publisher: Washington,Biological Society of Washington. Year: OAI. group (unistrigatus series) of the subgenus Eleutherodactylus. ALTHOUGH the neotropical frog genus Eleutherodactylus (approx. sp.) is pri- marily an Andean group in South America, there is a moderate diversity of lowland species (Lynch, ). The lowland species tend to have wider distributions; hence, they are better.
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Frogs of the fitzingeri group of Eleutherodactylus in eastern Panama and Chocoan South America (Leptodactylidae). [New York]: American Museum of Natural History, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John D Lynch; Charles W Myers. "Based on field data and on examination of more than preserved specimens, species limits and distributions are defined for the frogs currently assigned to the fitzingeri group of Eleutherodactylus in the Chocoan lowlands (mainly below m.
elev. in eastern Panama. Craugastor fitzingeri is a species of frog in the family is found in northwestern Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, eastern Nicaragua, and northeastern Honduras.
The specific name fitzingeri honors Leopold Fitzinger, an Austrian zoologist. Common name Fitzinger's robber frog has been coined for this species. Description. Adult males measure 24–35 mm (– in) and adult Class: Amphibia.
Strabomantis anatipes (vernacular name: anatipes robber frog) is a species of frog in the Craugastoridae family. It is found in the Mira River drainage in extreme northern Ecuador and in adjacent southern Colombia (Nariño, Cauca, and Valle del Cauca Departments) in foothills and lower cloud forest on the Pacific lowlands and slopes of the Cordillera : Amphibia.
Frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus (family Brachycephalidae). Frogs of the fitzingeri group of Eleutherodactylus in eastern Panama and Chocoan South America (Leptodactylidae). A new strabomantid frog of the genus Pristimantis Jiménez de la Espada, is described from the Eastern Pantepui Region, Guiana Shield, northern South America.
William Edward Duellman, John D Lynch () Frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus (Leptodactylidae) in western Ecuador: systematics, ecology, and biogeography.
University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Special Publication, After a recent review of the geographic variation of the Cuban Grass Frog Eleutherodactylus varleyi Dunn, Díaz et al.
() described E. feichtingeri, a cryptic species widely distributed in central and eastern Cuba. the two species differ primarily in tympanum size, supratympanic stripe pattern, and advertisement calls.
Frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus (Eleutherodactylidae) are grouped into five subgenera and species, with a geographic distribution primarily centered in the Caribbean (Hedges et al., ). In Cuba, the amphibian fauna is largely dominated by these frogs, and it is noteworthy that 90% (50 species) of the native taxa are members of this.
DÍAZ and FONG: New species of Eleutherodactylus from Eastern Cuba 77 SYSTEMATICS Eleutherodactylus simulans, sp. nov (Figs.
1A, 2A) erodactylus simulans, sp. nov., is a small size member of the subgenus Euhyas (sensu Hedges, ), with adult males attaining a maximum SVL of mm, and adult females mm. Eleutherodactylus planirostris (Cope, ) Greenhouse Frog. Walter E. Meshaka Jr. Historical versus Current Distribution.
Cuba is the center of distribution for greenhouse frogs (Eleutherodactylus planirostris; Schwartz and Henderson, ); they are also found on other islands in the West Indies (Carr and Goin, ) and from southern Florida and Key West (Cope, a, ; Carr, a. To explore the potential role of the skin microbiota in disease resistance in free-living Panamanian frogs, we used a field survey of three frog species across four sites on a west-east gradient in Panamá, with Bd having arrived earlier (~) at the western site and later (~) at the eastern site (Woodhams et al., ; Rebollar et al.
Summary of Invasiveness Top of page. coqui is a relatively small tree frog native to Puerto Rico, which has been introduced to Florida, Hawaii, the Galapagos Islands, New Zealand and a few other Caribbean frogs are quite adaptable to different ecological zones and elevations.
Their loud call is one of the main reasons they are considered a pest; E. coqui's mating call is its. Full text of "Systematics and distribution of the Mexican and Central American rainfrogs of the Eleutherodactylus gollmeri group (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae): a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F.
Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth brithday" See other formats. Laurie J. Vitt, Janalee P. Caldwell, in Herpetology (Fourth Edition), Eleutherodactylinae. Sister taxon: Phyzelaphryninae. Content: Two genera, Diasporus and Eleutherodactylus, with 9 and species, respectively.
Distribution: Southern Texas and southern Mexico, south to Belize and Guatemala; Bahamas and throughout most of the Greater and Lesser Antilles (Eleutherodactylus); eastern. Description Top of page. planirostris is a small, terrestrial frog with a number of distinguishing characteristics; its head is as broad as body, its snout truncate and extending slightly beyond the lower jaw, it has black eye colour with a brown iris with a narrow red rim around the pupil, long, slender toes that lack webbing with small, terminal disks and white or coral red tympanum.
HERP BOOKS TO BE AUCTIONED AT ROCHESTER MEETING. STEVE BUSACK has generously donated his herpetological library to SSAR. This outstanding collection will be sold at the live and silent auctions during the JMIH event in Rochester, NY, in July All books are in very good to excellent condition, and everything will be on display for personal examination.
A revision of the broad-headed frogs of the biporcatus species group of Eleutherodactylus s.l. has a wholly unexpected nomenclatural consequence. Eleutherodactylus biporcatus (W. Peters, ) is not from "Veragua" (western Panama) as originally thought, but is the proper name for the Venezuelan frog heretofore known as E.
maussi (Boettger, ). Vertebrates, including amphibians, host diverse symbiotic microbes that contribute to host disease resistance. Globally, and especially in montane tropical systems, many amphibian species are threatened by a chytrid fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), that causes a lethal skin disease.
Bd therefore may be a strong selective agent on the diversity and function of the microbial. Lynch JD. () The species groups of the South American frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus (Leptodactylidae). Occasional papers of the Museum of Natural History The Kansas University, Lawrence ; Lynch JD.
() Three new rainfrogs of the Eleutherodactylus diastema group from Colombia and Panama. Common Rain Frogs or Ranas de Lluvia Común (Eleutherodactylus fitzingeri) are common in the humid, lowland rainforests and lower montane forests of Costa Rica. During the daytime, Common Rain Frogs will hide under the leaf litter, but at night, these nocturnal frogs will climb onto low vegetation, where the males will start to call.Eleutherodactylus nortoni is found in the deciduous forests of the Massif de la Selle and Massif de la Hotte in Haiti and Sierra de Bahoruco in the Dominican Republic.
However, due to habitat loss, much of these forests are now urbanized. This frog species requires trees for cover and protection and is often found in the cafeiéres in Haiti and cafetales in the Dominican Republic, the terms.Two New Frogs of the Genus Eleutherodactylus from Eastern Ecuador (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae) John D.
Lynch Museum of Natural History University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas ABSTRACT - Two new species of the leptodactylid frog genus Eleuth-erodactytus (E. croceoinguinis and E. variabilis) are named from the upper Amazon lowlands of Ecuador.