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The identity of centrolenella grandisonae anura centrolenidae


, : The identity of centrolenella grandisonae anura centrolenidae. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 83(1): 26-32

The name C. grandisonae was misapplied by Lynch and Duellman (1973); the name is now associated with a red-spotted species on the Pacific versant of Colombia and Ecuador. A new species, C. lynchi, is proposed for the species that was erroneously called C. grandisonae.


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