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Phyllodytes iuna • A New Species of Phyllodytes Wagler, 1930 (Anura: Hylidae) from the Atlantic Forest of southern Bahia, northeastern Brazil

The genus Phyllodytes, endemic to the Atlantic Forest, stands out for its life cycle being closely associated with bromeliads. Since the 2000s, the number of species in the group has more than doubled and the number is still increasing, a fact proven here with the description of Phyllodytes iuna sp. nov.  Leer más.

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