Mexican Treefrogs or Smiliscas (Smilisca) are frogs in the Hylidae family, and are found in Mexico, southern Texas and Arizona, Central America and northwestern South America. In a recent revision of the Hylidae family the two species of the genus Pternohyla was included into this genus.
|Binomial Name and Author||Common Name|
|Smilisca baudinii||Common Mexican Treefrog|
|Smilisca cyanosticta||Blue-spotted Mexican Treefrog|
|Smilisca dentata||Upland Burrowing Treefrog|
|Smilisca fodiens||Lowland Burrowing Treefrog|
|Smilisca phaeota||New Granada Cross-banded Treefrog|
|Smilisca puma||Nicaragua Cross-banded Treefrog|
|Smilisca sila||Panama Cross-banded Treefrog|
|Smilisca sordida||Veragua Cross-banded Treefrog|
Cosmocercella haberi (Nematoda: Ascaridida: Cosmocercoidea) in the ridged treefrog, Hyla plicata (Anura: Hylidae), from Mexico. (General Notes).
May 01, 2003; The ridged tree frog, Hyla plicata Brocchi, is known from the Mexican states of Distrito Federal, Durango, Guerrero, Hidalgo,...