Nomencl., , noted that the type of this taxon represents what is currently known as Leptodactylus bolivianus; they suggested that to conserve. 3, × 2,; MB. 0 references. Leptodactylus 3, × 2, ; MB. 0 references. taxon name. Leptodactylus bolivianus. 1 reference. Adult. Species description based on Ibanez et al () and Savage (). A large frog with a pointed snout (males to 95 mm, females to mm). Males have .
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Anfibios de Bolivia Anexo: Recovers all records that contain the word “Lithobates” or “Costa Rica”: Tadpoles live in dense schools Wells and Bard The iris is bronze. The dorsum is dark brown with large, darker brown spots. See records for Leptodactylus guianensis and Leptodactylus insularumboth of which have long been confused with this species.
Allows a partial letter leptoodactylus to be entered and implies either no or various extension on this letter string. A short, low, musical “bluup” rather like the sound of a bubble popping FouquetteStraughan and HeyerIbanez et al It is not considered threatened by the IUCN.
Log In New Account Sitemap. Females use characteristic pumping motions to communicate with tadpoles Wells and Bard Anfibios de Brasil Leptodactylus bolivianus Anexo: Cystignathus ocellatus — Wagler,Nat. Species description based on Ibanez et al and Savage It was reviewed on 24 July by FlickreviewR and was confirmed to be leptodacttylus under the terms of the cc-by Rana ocellata Linnaeus,Syst. Also found in more disturbed areas. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forestssubtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical seasonally wet or flooded lowland grasslandriversintermittent rivers, shrub-dominated wetlandsswampsfreshwater marshesintermittent freshwater marshes, arable landpastureland, plantationsrural gardens, urban areasheavily degraded former forest, pondsaquaculture ponds, sewage treatment areas, irrigated land, seasonally flooded agricultural land, and canals and boligianus.
As many as 2, eggs may be deposited in a single nest Savage Leptodactylus bolivianus is a species of frog in the family Leptodactylidae. Leptodactylus bolivianus Conservation status. Males have much more robust arms than females, and two black spines on the thumbs.
A white stripe is present along the upper lip. Females attend and defend both nests and tadpoles Wells and BardVaira Means that the results of the search must include both words held together by an AND. This page was last edited on 17 Julyat Views Read Edit View history.
A large frog with a pointed snout males to 95 mm, females to mm. Will find all uses of “Hyl. This image was originally posted to Flickr by brian. Blog Log of changes and additions, How to cite How to use History of the project Comments on version 5. This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
Breeding typically occurs in open, flooded grassy areas or along the banks of more permanent water bodies such as rivers Ibanez et alSavage Interprets this as “Lithobates OR pipiens” so will find leptodactulus union of all records that contain either “Lithobates” or “pipiens”: The dorsum is smooth except for two prominent folds running dorsolaterally down the back.
Search only within taxon autocomplete list. Anfibios de Venezuela Usage on nl. Rana, Sapo, Sapo-rana Boliviano.
This page was last edited on 5 Januaryat The rear surfaces of the thighs are brown, with some white or yellow spots. Interprets this as “Lithobates AND pipiens” so will return all records that have the character string “Lithobates pipiens” anywhere within a record: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Nests are hidden in vegetation and debris Savage The pigmentation is heavier on the throat. The diet consists primarily of arthropods, but leptoactylus individuals will consume other kinds of prey Savage Wikimedia Commons has media related to Leptodactylus bolivianus.
Leptodactylus ocellatus — Girard,Proc. Leptodactylus bolivianus Boulenger,Ann.
Leptodactylus bolivianus Boulenger, Leptodactylos ocellatus ocellatus — Cei,Acta Zool.