Boana alfaroi (Caminer and Ron, 2014)

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Hylidae > Subfamily: Cophomantinae > Genus: Boana > Species: Boana alfaroi

Hypsiboas alfaroi Caminer and Ron, 2014, ZooKeys, 370: 47. Holotype: QCAZ 43262, by original designation. Type locality: "Ecuador, Provincia Orellana, Parque Nacional Yasuní, 1 km from Northern Production Facilities (NPF) oil camp (0.6893°S, 76.4290°W), 238 m above sea level". Zoobank: http://zoobank.org/6D92050D-8BC3-44FD-A749-5B50DD8D2F73 

Boana alfaroi — Dubois, 2017, Bionomina, 11: 28. 

 

English Names

Alfaro's Treefrog (original publication). 

Distribution

Northern Amazonian region of Ecuador (Napo, Orellana, and Sucumbíos provinces), Colombia (Valle de Guamuez, Putumayo department, and Municipio Solano, Caquetá) and Assis, Acre, Brazil, elevations of 176 to 350 m; expected in intervening Peru. 

Comment

In the Hypsiboas albopunctatus species group, Hypsiboas calcaratus complex, most similar to Hypsiboas tetete according to the original publication. Carvalho, Bang, Teixeira, and Giaretta, 2017, Check List, 13(4): 135–139, provided the record from Assis, Acre, Brazil. Meza-Joya, Ramos-Pallares, and Hernández-Jaimes, 2019, Herpetol. Notes, 12: 391–400, reported the species from Valle del Guamez, Putumayo Department, Colombia. Medina-Rangel, Thompson, Ruiz-Valderrama, Fajardo Muñoz, Lombana Lugo, Londoño-Guarnizo, Moquena Carbajal, Ríos Rosero, Sánchez Pamo, and Sánchez, 2019, in Pitman et al. (eds.), Bajo Caguán–Caquetá, Rapid Invent. 30: 118, reported the species from Peñas Rojas, Municipio Solano, Caquetá Department, Colombia. 

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