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Una nueva especie de Telmatobius (Anura, Leptodactylidae), de Ancash, Peru
Morales, Víctor R.;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1988, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751988000400009
Abstract: in this paper a new, small species of telmatobius from the department of ancash, peru, is described. telmatobius carrillae sp. n. is compared to t. brevipes vellard and t. marmoratus (dumeril & bibron), which are distinctly larger. though morphologically similar to batrachophrynus brachidactylus peters, its chromosomic features indicate that it belongs in telmatobius, t. carrillae could represent a connecting link between batrachophrynus and telmatobius.
Telmatobius philippii, una nueva especie de rana acuática de Ollagüe, norte de Chile (Leptodactylidae)
CUEVAS,CéSAR C.; FORMAS,J. RAMóN;
Revista chilena de historia natural , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-078X2002000100022
Abstract: a new species of aquatic frog, telmatobius philippii, is described in the proximity of ollagüe, ii región, andes range, northern chile. the new taxon has moderate-sized (46.10-53.70 mm), granular flanks, tongue oval, unnotched; attached anteriorly about 75 % of its length, maxillary and premaxillary teeth present, tadpole with lateral line system conspicuous. the description of the new species is completed with, osteological, chromosomic, ecological and larval information. telmatobius philippii is compared with other chilean species of the genus telmatobius
Telmatobius philippii, una nueva especie de rana acuática de Ollagüe, norte de Chile (Leptodactylidae) Telmatobius philippii, a new species of aquatic frog from Ollagüe, northern Chile (Leptodactylidae)
CéSAR C. CUEVAS,J. RAMóN FORMAS
Revista chilena de historia natural , 2002,
Abstract: Se describe una nueva especie de rana acuática, Telmatobius philippii, de las proximidades de Ollagüe, II Región, Cordillera de Los Andes, norte de Chile. El nuevo taxón se caracteriza por su tama o moderado (46,10-53,70 mm), flancos granulares, lengua ovalada sin escotadura; adherida anteriormente al piso de la boca en 75 % de su longitud, dientes maxilares y premaxilares presentes y renacuajos con sistema de la línea lateral conspicua. La descripción de la nueva especie se completa con información osteológica, cromosómica ecológica y larvaria. Telmatobius philippii es comparada con otras especies chilenas del género Telmatobius A new species of aquatic frog, Telmatobius philippii, is described in the proximity of Ollagüe, II Región, Andes range, northern Chile. The new taxon has moderate-sized (46.10-53.70 mm), granular flanks, tongue oval, unnotched; attached anteriorly about 75 % of its length, maxillary and premaxillary teeth present, tadpole with lateral line system conspicuous. The description of the new species is completed with, osteological, chromosomic, ecological and larval information. Telmatobius philippii is compared with other Chilean species of the genus Telmatobius
Redescripción de Telmatobius hauthali Koslowsky (Anura: Leptodactylidae) y descripción de una nueva especie del mismo género
Laurent, Raymond F.,Lavilla, Esteban O.
Cuadernos de Herpetología , 1986,
Abstract: Telmatobius hauthali Koslowsky se redescribe basándonos en los especímenes de la localidad tipo. Se describe una nueva especie del género del Campo El Arenal, Catamarca, Argentina, y se se alan las diferencias a nivel morfológico, osteológico y morfométrico con el taxon de Koslowsky.
Addenda and errata to “Description of a new species of the genus Adenomera (Amphibia, Anura, Leptodactylidae) from French Guiana"  [cached]
Ariadne Angulo,Jean-Christophe de Massary,Renaud Boistel
Acta Herpetologica , 2006,
Abstract: In the first issue of Acta Herpetologica, Boistel et al. (2006) described a new species of Adenomera (Amphibia, Anura, Leptodactylidae). Because of an unfortunate set of events, there are several aspects of this paper that have to be corrected, or elaborated on. We address these issues herein.
Aplectana artigasi n.sp. (Nematoda: Cosmocercidae) from the Frog Eupsophus calcaratus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) in Southern Chile
Puga, Sonia;Torres, Patricio;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761997000600007
Abstract: a new species of nematode found in the intestine of eupsophus calcaratus (anura: leptodactylidae) from yaldad, chile (45° 5's;73° 43'w) is described. this new nematode is compared with other south american species of the genus. aplectana artigasi differs from the only known chilean species, aplectana chilensis, as the former has a greater number of postanal papillae and a double papilla in the ventral region of the tail
OSTEOLOGíA DE ELEUTHERODACTYLUS BOGOTENSIS (AMPHIBIA, ANURA, LEPTODACTYLIDAE) DEL PARQUE NACIONAL NATURAL CHINGAZA (CUNDINAMARCA, COLOMBIA)
AVILáN,PAOLA; HOYOS,JULIO MARIO;
Caldasia , 2006,
Abstract: osteology description of eleutherodactylus bogotensis (leptodactylidae, anura) is presented. four speciemens (two males and two females) collected at the parque nacional natural chingaza ( cundinamarca, colombia ), piedras gordas area, were examined. it was confirmed that this species belongs to the unistrigatus group (sensu lynch,) base upon the skull. several osteological variations at the level of the skull, the pubis, and presence of sesamoidal elements were discovered. differences between osteological characters in e. bogotensis and several anuran species described by other authors are discussed.
Aplectana artigasi n.sp. (Nematoda: Cosmocercidae) from the Frog Eupsophus calcaratus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) in Southern Chile  [cached]
Puga Sonia,Torres Patricio
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1997,
Abstract: A new species of nematode found in the intestine of Eupsophus calcaratus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) from Yaldad, Chile (45° 5'S;73° 43'W) is described. This new nematode is compared with other South American species of the genus. Aplectana artigasi differs from the only known Chilean species, Aplectana chilensis, as the former has a greater number of postanal papillae and a double papilla in the ventral region of the tail
Notas nomenclatoriales sobre el género Telmatobius (Anura: Leptodactylidae)
Lavilla, Esteban O.
Cuadernos de Herpetología , 1997,
Abstract:
Conservation Needs of Batrachophrynus and Telmatobius Frogs of the Andes of Peru  [cached]
Angulo Ariadne
Conservation & Society , 2008,
Abstract: Recent reports indicate that Andean frogs of the genera Batrachophrynus and Telmatobius have under-gone severe population declines across much of their geographical range, with several factors (e.g., pollu-tion, habitat degradation and destruction, climate change, disease and harvesting) potentially involved in these declines. However, positive identification and quantification of these factors, as well as that of their interactions, are needed in order to better inform future conservation action. Peru is considered a hotspot for these frogs; it is home to at least 40 percent of all known species of Telmatobius and 100 percent of all known species of Batrachophrynus. An assessment of the current state of conservation knowledge of these Andean frogs in this country is provided, including data from both the Global Amphibian Assess-ment, and Peru′s Instituto Nacional de los Recursos Naturales, with special attention to those factors that may affect population status. Specific research and conservation recommendations for these frogs and their habitats are suggested.
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