AmphibiaWeb - Diasporus citrinobapheus


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Diasporus citrinobapheus Hertz, Hauenschild, Lotzkat & Köhler, 2012
Yellow Dyer Rainfrog
family: Eleutherodactylidae
subfamily: Eleutherodactylinae
genus: Diasporus
Species Description: Hertz, A., Hauenschild, F., Lotzkat, S., Koehler, G. (2012). A new, golden frog species of the genus Diasporus (Amphibia, Eleutherodactylidae) from the Cordillera Central, western Panama. ZooKeys, 196, 23.46.

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Locality Quebrada Rasca (8.4851°N, 81.1727°W, 790 m elevation), near Paredón, Comarca Ngöbe-Buglé, approximately 50 airline km NNW of the city of Santiago and 20 airline km N of Cañazas, Veraguas, western Panama.
County Ñürüm
State Comarca Ngöbe-Buglé
Country Panama
Date Recorded 2010-06-26
Call Type Advertisement call
Temperature (F/C) 24.5°C; 95.3% relative humidity
Temperature Type
Background other males of Diasporus citrinobapheus
Notes Time of recording: 19:15 h. The male in the foreground is the holotype of Diasporus citrinobapheus (SMF 89814) that was calling on dead leaves in dense vegetation about 2 meters above ground level.
Recorded By Andreas Hertz
Copyright © Andreas Hertz (Andreas.Hertz AT
Date Entered 2013-04-10

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