Definitions

Dendropsophus carnifex

Dendropsophus

Dendropsophus is a genus of frogs in the Hylidae family. This genus was resurrected in 2005 following a major revision of the Hylidae family. 88 species that were previously placed in the Hyla genus were moved to this genus. All species formerly in Hyla believed to have 30 chromosomes were moved here.














Species

90 species are currently assigned to this genus.

Binomial Name
and Author
Common Name
D. acreanus Acre Treefrog
D. allenorum Cuzco Reserve Treefrog
D. amicorum
D. anataliasiasi Goias Treefrog
D. anceps Estrella Treefrog
D. aperomeus Balzapata Treefrog
D. araguaya
D. battersbyi Battersby's Treefrog
D. berthalutzae Bertha's Treefrog
D. bifurcus Upper Amazon Treefrog
D. bipunctatus Two-spotted Treefrog
D. bogerti
D. bokermanni Bokermann's Tarauaca Treefrog
D. branneri
D. brevifrons Crump Treefrog
D. cachimbo
D. carnifex Executioner Treefrog
D. cerradensis
D. coffeus
D. columbianus Boettger's Colombian Treefrog
D. cruzi
D. decipiens Brazilian Coastal Treefrog
D. delarivai
D. dutrai
D. ebraccatus Hourglass Treefrog
D. elegans Elegant Forest Treefrog
D. elianeae
D. garagoensis Garagoa Treefrog
D. gaucheri
D. giesleri Giesler's Treefrog
D. grandisonae Mazaruni Treefrog
D. gryllatus Pacific Lowland Treefrog
D. haddadi
D. haraldschultzi Harald's Treefrog
D. jimi
D. joannae
D. juliani
D. koechlini Koechlin's Treefrog
D. labialis Green Dotted Treefrog
D. leali
D. leucophyllatus Bereis' Treefrog
D. limai Sao Vicente Treefrog
D. luteoocellatus El Mene Treefrog
D. marmoratus Marbled Treefrog
D. mathiassoni Mathiasson's Treefrog
Binomial Name
and Author
Common Name
D. melanargyreus Interior Treefrog
D. meridensis Merida Treefrog
D. meridianus
D. microcephalus Yellow Treefrog
D. microps Nova Friburgo Treefrog
D. minimus Taperinha Treefrog
D. minusculus Rivero's Tiny Treefrog
D. minutus Lesser Treefrog
D. miyatai Hosteria La Selva Treefrog
D. nahdereri Estrada Saraiva Treefrog
D. nanus Dwarf Treefrog
D. novaisi Bokermann's Treefrog
D. oliveirai Xeric Treefrog
D. padreluna
D. parviceps Sarayacu Treefrog
D. pauiniensis Pauini Treefrog
D. pelidna Betania Treefrog
D. phlebodes San Carlos Treefrog
D. praestans San Agustin Treefrog
D. pseudomeridianus
D. rhea
D. rhodopeplus Red-skirted Treefrog
D. riveroi Rivero's Amazon Treefrog
D. robertmertensi Mertens' Yellow Treefrog
D. rossalleni Ross Allen's Treefrog
D. rubicundulus Lagoa Santa Treefrog
D. ruschii Rusch's Treefrog
D. sanborni Sanborn's Treefrog
D. sarayacuensis Shreve's Sarayacu Treefrog
D. sartori Taylor's Yellow Treefrog
D. schubarti Schubart's Rondonia Treefrog
D. seniculus Corcovado Treefrog
D. soaresi Picos Treefrog
D. stingi Kaplan's Garagoa Treefrog
D. studerae
D. subocularis Rio Tuquesa Treefrog
D. timbeba Cardoso's Treefrog
D. tintinnabulum Rio Uaupes Treefrog
D. triangulum Triangle Treefrog
D. tritaeniatus Three-banded Treefrog
D. virolinensis
D. walfordi
D. werneri Bailey's Treefrog
D. xapuriensis Xapuri Treefrog
D. yaracuyanus

References

External links

  • . 2007. Amphibian Species of the World: an Online Reference. Version 5.1 (10 October, 2007). Dendropsophus Electronic Database accessible at http://research.amnh.org/herpetology/amphibia/index.php. American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA. (Accessed: Apr 28, 2008).
  • [web application]. 2008. Berkeley, California: Dendropsophus AmphibiaWeb, available at http://amphibiaweb.org/. (Accessed: Apr 28, 2008).


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