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Systematics and ecological observations on the neotropical frogs hyla jahni and hyla platydactyla



Systematics and ecological observations on the neotropical frogs hyla jahni and hyla platydactyla



Journal of Herpetology 19(2): 227-237



The Venezuelan hylid frog H. jahni Rivero, a member of the H. bogotensis group synonymized with H. platydactyla Boulenger, is a distinct, valid species. Morphology, color patterns, mating calls, tadpoles and ecology of H. jahni and H. platydactyla are compared. H. jahni is redescribed.

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DOI: 10.2307/1564176



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