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Author: Jean Raffaï¿½lli
Thorius pulmonaris Taylor, 1940
Cohabite avec T. narisovalis, mais les deux espï¿½ces ne vivent pas en
syntopie, et T. pulmonaris vit ï¿½ plus basse altitude. Plus petite
taille. 2,7 cm SVL (6,3 cm). Queue allongï¿½e, plus grande que le reste du corps.
Narine de trï¿½s grande taille, ovale, presque aussi grande que lï¿½ï¿½il, museau
allongï¿½ chez le mï¿½le, doigts et orteils grands. Gris bleuï¿½tre dorsalement, brun
clair ï¿½ blanchï¿½tre ventralement, moucheture blanche sur les flancs, pas de
bande dorsale ï¿½vidente. Une tache blanchï¿½tre sur
ENGLISH TRANSLATION - Julian Wittische
It lives in sympatry but not syntopy with T. narisovali, the latter lives at lower altitude. The size of pulmonaris is also smaller. 2.7cm SVL (6.3cm). The tail is elongated, bigger than the rest of the body. The nostril is really big, oval, and is almost as big as the eye. The snout is elongated in males, the fingers and toes are big. Dorsal parts are blueish grey, ventral parts are light brown to white. Flanks show a white freckle. The is no obvious dorsal stripe. There is a white spot on the inferior eyelid.
Habitat & RangeÂ : Cerro San Felipe (central Oaxaca) and high altitude areas south and west of the city of Oaxaca, between 2100 and 2500m ASL. It lives in dead leaves, in altered mixed pine/oak forests of the Sierra Aloapaneca. 100KmÂ².
Endangered. It may be present in Benito Juarez national park.
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