2 edition of new species of fringe-limbed tree frog, genus Hyla, from Darién, Panamá found in the catalog.
new species of fringe-limbed tree frog, genus Hyla, from Darién, Panamá
William Edward Duellman
|Statement||by William E. Duellman.|
|Series||University of Kansas publications, Museum of Natural History, v. 17, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||QH7 .K27 vol. 17, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||66065008|
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Ecnomiohyla rabborum, commonly known as Rabbs' fringe-limbed treefrog, is a critically endangered species of frog in the family Hylidae; mounting evidence suggests that E. rabborum is probably were relatively large frogs that inhabited the genus Hyla canopies of central other members of the genus Ecnomiohyla, they were capable of gliding by spreading their enormous and Family: Hylidae.
Ecnomiohyla, commonly known as fringe-limbed treefrogs or marvelous frogs, is a genus of frogs in the family Hylidae.
This genus was erected in following a major revision of Hylidae. The ten original species in this genus (E. rabborum and E. sukia are later discoveries) were previously placed in the genus generic name Ecnomiohyla comes from Greek ecnomios ("marvelous" or "unusual Class: Amphibia.
The recent discovery of several new species of large fringe-limbed tree frogs of the genus Ecnomiohyla in Lower Central America (e.g., Savage and Kubicki, ; Batista et al., ) and some.
The world’s last known Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum) has as “Toughie,” the tiny male frog, originally from Panama, spent the past few years living by Author: John R. Platt. A rare tree frog species is believed to be extinct after the death of its last living member.
“Toughie,” the last-known Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog, was found dead in his enclosure by his. fringe‑limbed tree frogs of the genus E cnomiohyla in Low ‑ er Central America (e.g., Sav a ge and Kubicki, ; Batista et al., ) and some confusion in the taxonomic identity.
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- Fringe-limbed Tree Frog (Cochranella euknemos). Toughie has lived at the botanical garden more or less since then, becoming the only known living Rabbs’ fringe-limbed treefrog in the world inwhen the penultimate frog of the species.
Toughie, the last known Rabbs' fringe-limbed treefrog (Ecnomiohyla rabborum), has died at his adopted home in the Atlanta Botanical age was not known but he was collected in during a rescue mission to save amphibians from the chytrid fungus that was devastating the frog populations in central Panama.
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In Monteverde, there are five known species, four of which (S. boylei, S. bullpenense, S. campbelliorum, S. monteverdense) are thought to be endemic to the region, as .