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Two new fringe-limbed frogs of the genus Ecnomiohyla (Anura: Hylidae) from Panama
Forest canopy-dwelling frogs are usually among the rarest anuran species observed in the neotropical forest, mainly because they fall outside of the scope of the standard search methods used by herpetologists. During field ...
A new species of rainfrog of the genus Diasporus (Anura: Eleutherodactylidae) from Serranía de Tabasará, Panama
A new frog species of the genus Diasporus is described from Llano Tugrí, Corregimiento de Peña Blanca, Distrito de Müna, Comarca Ngöbe-Buglé, Serranía de Tabasará, west-central Panama, around 1700 m a.s.l. The new species ...
Evaluating the probability of avoiding disease-related extinctions of Panamanian amphibians through captive breeding programs
(Animal Conservation, 2015)
Amphibians around the world are declining from threats that cannot currently be mitigated, making it impossible to safeguard some species in their natural habitats. Amphibians in the mountainous neotropics are one example ...
Evidence for the recognition of two species of Anolis formerly referred to as A. tropidogaster (Squamata: Dactyloidae)
Based on differences in hemipenial morphology, male dewlap coloration, pholidosis, and 16S mtDNA, we recognize two species of anoles related to what was formerly referred to as Anolis tropidogaster: Anolis tropidogaster ...
A new species of Bolitoglossa (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from eastern Panama, with comments on other members of the adspersa species group from eastern Panama
(Eagle Mountain Publishing. Lc, 2014-09)
Abstract: We describe a new species of Bolitoglossa from Cerro Chucantí, Cordillera de Majé, Provincia de Darién, Panama. A phylogenetic analysis based on molecular data provides evidence for the assignment of the new taxon ...
FOUR NEW SPECIES OF ANOLES (GENUS ANOLIS) FROM THE SERRANIA DE TABASARA , WEST-CENTRAL PANAMA (SQUAMATA: POLYCHROTIDAE)
(The Herpetologis League, Inc, 2007)
ABSTRACT: We describe four new species of anoles (genus Anolis) from the Serranı´a de Tabasara´, westcentral Panama. Two of the new species are most similar in external morphology to a cluster of Central American species ...