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New tree frogs of the genus Hyla from the cloud forests of western Guerrero, Mexico
|Statement||by Kraig Adler and David M. Dennis.|
|Series||Occasional papers of the Museum of Natural History, the University of Kansas ;, no. 7|
|Contributions||Dennis, David M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL668.E24 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||73170442|
An extraordinary new marsupial frog (Hylidae: Gastrotheca)from Peru. Copeia (3)– (William E. Duellman, co-author). Leptodactylid frogs of the genus Telmatobius in Ecuador with the description of a new species. Copeia (3)– A new species of Eleutherodactylus from the cloud forests of western Ecuador. Straughan, I.R. An analysis of the mechanisms of mating call discrimination in the frogs Hyla regilla and H. cadaverina. Copeia Test, F.C. A contribution to the knowledge of the variations of the tree frog (Hyla regilla). Proceedings of the United States National Museum Thompson, M.D. and A.P. Russell.
Hyla versicolor and Hyla chrysoscelis The Gray Treefrog Complex Many people think of tree frogs as tropical, but we have two nearly identical species of tree frogs in the Chicago Region. Both are commonly known as Gray Treefrogs, but are given different scientific names: Hyla versicolor and Hyla . Hyla versicolor can be found in Maine, southern Canada (west to Manitoba), Minnesota, South Dakota, southern Kansas, Oklahoma, the Gulf States and northern Florida. It can also be found in parts of Texas and Arkansas (Wright and Wright ). In Canada, the frog occurs in southern Quebec, southern, central and northwestern Ontario and south-eastern and central Manitoba.
(See comments on the use of yet another new genus Hyliola, directly below.) In a paper published April * William E. Duellman, Angela B. Marion & S. Blair Hedges present a new phylogenetic tree of hylid frogs (Family Hylidae Rafinesque, ) that consists of three families, nine subfamilies, and six resurrected generic names and five new. Background. Western Palearctic tree frogs (Hyla arborea group) represent a strong potential for evolutionary and conservation genetic research, so far underexploited due to limited molecular microsatellite markers have recently been developed for Hyla arborea, with high cross-species utility across the entire circum-Mediterranean radiation.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adler, Kraig. New tree frogs of the genus Hyla from the cloud forests of western Guerrero, Mexico. Lawrence [Museum. Charadrahyla is a genus of frogs in the family Hylidae. It is endemic to tropical southern Mexico.
The generic name was derived from Greek charadra ("ravine") and Hyla, in reference to the habits of these frogs. Accordingly, common name ravine treefrogs has been coined for the : Amphibia. The cloud forest tree frog (Megastomatohyla nubicola) is a species of frog in the family Hylidae endemic to natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and is threatened by habitat loss.
William Edward Duellman  described the species in ; he placed it in the genus specific name, nubicola, Latin for "sky-dwelling", refers to its Family: Hylidae. The spine-fingered tree frog (Charadrahyla trux) is a species of frog in the family Hylidae endemic to natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests and rivers.
As it is thought to be restricted to an area of less than km 2 and to be threatened by habitat loss and possibly chytridiomycosis, it is currently classified as critically : Amphibia. Adler, K. & Dennis, D.M. () New tree f rogs of the genus Hyla from the clou d forests of western Guerrero, Mexico.
Occasional Papers of The Museum of Na tural History, University of Kansas, 7. A new species of treefrog is described from the central region of the Western Sierra Madre del Sur of Guerrero, Mexico.
This frog Is a member of the genus Charadrahyla, which contains five other. from Guerrero, Mexico, and a unique specimen. from Oaxaca, New tree frogs of.
the genus Hyla from the cloud forests of western. Guerrero, Mexico. Univ. The genus Hyla. The Genus Hyla is one of more than 50 genera within the family Hylidae – Tree Frogs. The Hyla genus is the only genera found outside of the New World. The genus used to include more than species but after a revision of the family Hylidae, the genus now only contains about 36 species.
Links. For a list of species, see. of the genus Hyla from the cloud forests of western. Guerrero, Mexico. Hyla trux: MEXICO: Guerrero: km a new species of tree frog, is described from the cloud forest of Sierra d. The Italian tree frog (Hyla intermedia) is a species of frog in the family Hylidae, found in Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland, and possibly San natural habitats are temperate forests, rivers, intermittent rivers, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, arable land, and urban is.
Tree Frog. The tree frog is a small species of frog that spends its life in the trees. True tree frogs are found inhabiting the forests and jungles in the warmer regions all over the world.
Tree frogs are best known for their distinctive disc-shaped toes on the end of each leg. The rounded toes of the tree frog give its feet more suction and therefore better grip when moving around in the trees.
Rabb, G. A New Salamander of the Genus Chiropterotriton from Chiapas, Mexico, with Notes on Related Species. Copeia Dendrotriton xolocalcae Dermophis mexicanus Dermophis oaxacae Diaglena spatulata Duellmanohyla ignicolor Duellman, W.E. Descriptions of Two Species of Frogs, Genus Ptychohyla.
Studies. Hyla ephemera, new species, is described from the cloud forests of Cerro Las Flores in south-central Oaxaca, Mexico. We tentatively place this species in the phenetic H. bistincta group. Summary 7 The mountain tree frog, Hyla eximia, is a species of frog in the Hylidae family endemic to natural habitats are temperate forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, rivers, intermittent rivers, swamps, freshwater marshes, and intermittent freshwater marshes.
The top picture shows and Arizona Treefrog (Hyla wrightorum). It’s a mountain species of both Arizona and New Mexico, explaining the other common name, Wright’s Mountain Tree Frog. They grow to about two inches in length and are recognized as the official amphibian of Arizona. The Canyon Tree frog (Hyla arenicolor) is the other western species.
Disclaimer: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe.
Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. Geographic Range. Both gray treefrog species, Hyla versicolor and Hyla chrysoscelis, inhabit a wide range from southern Ontario and Maine, westward to central Texas, northwest to Manitoba, and northern isolated colony is also noted in New Brunswick.
The two species appear physically identical, and consequently more studies are necessary to delineate where the species overlap. Hyla versicolor LeConte, Eastern Gray Treefrog. George R. Cline 1.
Cope's gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis) and eastern gray treefrogs (Hyla versicolor) are members of a cryptic, diploid-tetraploid species has resulted in considerable taxonomic confusion, especially in early reports. "New Tree Frogs of the Genus Hyla from the Cloud Forests of Western Guerrero, México".
Occasional Papers of Occasional Papers of List of critically endangered amphibians (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article. Tree frogs (genus Hyla), on the other hand, show diminished sensitivity as they move from a state of behavioral activity to one of rest.
Yet, the EEGs of the alert rest of the bullfrog and the sleeplike rest of the tree frog are the same. Read More; tadpoles. Tree frogs of the genus Hyla are small, semiaquatic vertebrates, widely distributed throughout the Middle Eastern region.
For their reproduction, tree frogs are dependent on open waters (e.g. pools, springs, artificial water reservoirs), with rather warm-climate preference.Get this from a library!
Hyla staufferorum, a new species of treefrog in the Hyla larinopygion group from the cloud forests of Ecuador. [William E Duellman; Luis A .leopard frog Leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens). John Kohout/Root Resources. The northern leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens) is a favorite for its classic speckled appearance, being more or less green with black blotches over its back, sides, and is among the better known frog species in North America, partly because it was widely used for dissection in middle and high school biology.