Series: University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Special Publication Volume: 23
By: John D Lynch (Author), William E Duellman (Author)
244 pages, 8 plates with 64 colour photos; 87 b/w line drawings and b/w distribution maps, 14 tables
Language: English with bilingual keys in English and Spanish
Leptodactylid frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus are the most diverse and abundant terrestrial vertebrates in the American tropics. Recognizes 61 species (with 9 species described as new) and provides diagnoses of each species and accumulated information on their ecology, life history, and distribution. Keys in English and Spanish facilitate identification. Nine communities are analyzed ecologically, and the entire eleutherodactyline fauna is treated biogeographically.
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