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A Review Of The Frogs Of The Hyla Bistincta Group

Auhtor: William Duellman

Language: english
Published: 1964

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... observations have been made on the ecology and life histories of three of the species the other two species are known to me only from preserved specimens. Acknowledgments. For ...
... but not tuberculate. An anal sheath is present. The skull is rather broad, flat, and solidly roofed. The ethmoid is broad, curved downward laterally, ...
... of the tympanum to the eye apparently are of more taxonomic importance than the others (Table 1). In all of the species the tympanum is at least partially ...
... the list of specimens examined, localities are arranged alphabetically within the states, which also are given in alphabetical order. Localities given ...
... nuptial spines continuous on edge of digit row of spines on inner surface of second finger subarticular tubercles large, round, none bifid supernumerary ...
... surfaces of limbs, except thighs, areolate thoracic fold absent. Tongue nearly round, slightly longer than wide, shallowly notched behind and barely ...
... examined.-GUERRERO: Omiltemi, UIMNH 38023-5. JALISCO: 25 km. SE Autln, UMMZ 102076. MEXICO: 19 km. W Villa Victoria, UIMNH 28162, USNM 114513. ...
... corner of eye above tympanum and then to insertion of forearm tympanum round, its diameter three-fourths its distance from eye. Forearm rather slender ...
... from moderately large, flat, elliptical inner metatarsal tubercle to middle of tarsus outer metatarsal tubercle minute, round, indistinct subarticular ...
... both of which are green dorsally, by having a truncate snout and longer fingers with less webbing. Hyla eximia, though green, has brown dorsal spots, ...
... from El Chico Parque Nacional, Hidalgo. Adult male having a snout-vent length of 45.1 mm. tibia length, 22.1 mm., 49.0 per cent of snout-vent length ...
... tadpoles of this species were described by Rabb and Mosimann (1955). Tadpoles obtained from streams at 3.3 kilometers north and at 8.5 kilometers ...
... U. S. Natl. Mus., 95:588, June 30, 1945. Smith and Taylor, Bull. U. S. Natl. Mus., 194:86, June 17, 1948 Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull, 33:350, March 20, ...
... corner of eye above tympanic region and then to insertion of forearm tympanum completely concealed. Forearm moderately robust distinct fold on ...
... 2nd. Ed., p. 396, February 1, 1882. Gnther, Biologia Centrali-Americana, Reptilia and Batrachia, p. 281, September, 1901. Nieden, Das Tierreich, Amphibia, ...
... than width of eyelid, 3.8 mm. Heavy dermal fold from posterior corner of eye above tympanum and then to insertion of forearm tympanum concealed above, ...
... and Eleutherodactylus. This genus is probably most closely related to the latter and has probably become highly modified to meet some peculiar ...
... possesses intercalary cartilages between the penultimate and terminal phalanges the latter are not T-shaped, but as in the type of Hyla robustofemora, ...
... resemble each other in osteology and body form of the adults and in structure of the tadpoles. This resemblance suggests a close relationship between ...
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