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A new species of tree frog from the Andes of southeastern Peru (Anura: Hylidae: Hyla)

De la Riva I, Chaparro J ...see all

Amphibia Reptilia, vol. 26, issue 4 (2005) pp. 515-521

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A new species of Hyla is described from cloud forests of the Cosñipata Valley in southern Peru. The new species lacks webbing in hands and has vestigial webbing between toes III and IV, is readily distinguished from any other species of Andean Hyla, and is not clearly assignable to any species group. The new species seems to be a secretive, bromeliad-dweller. © Koninklijke Bill NV 2005.

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  • Anura
  • Hyla
  • Hylidae
  • Peru
  • South America
  • frog
  • new species
  • taxonomy

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  • I De la Riva

  • J C Chaparro

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