Dollo’s law of irreversibility states that once a complex structure is lost, it cannot be regained in the same form. Several putative exceptions to Dollo’s law have been identified using phylogenetic comparative methods, but the anatomy and development of these traits are often poorly understood. Gastrotheca guentheri is renowned as the only frog with teeth on the lower jaw. Mandibular teeth were lost in the ancestor of frogs more than 200 million years ago and subsequently regained in G. guentheri. Leer más.