Dryaderces Jungfer, Faivovich, Padial, Castroviejo-Fisher, Lyra, Berneck, Iglesias, Kok, MacCulloch, Rodrigues, Verdade, Torres-Gastello, Chaparro, Valdujo, Reichle, Moravec, Gvoždík, Gagliardi-Urrutia, Ernst, De la Riva, Means, Lima, Señaris, Wheeler, and Haddad, 2013

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Hylidae > Subfamily: Hylinae > Genus: Dryaderces
2 species

English Names

None noted. 


Upper Amazon Basin and lower Andean slopes from central Peru to Amazonian Bolivia; between the Tapajós and Xingu rivers, in a band south of the Amazon River, Pará, Brazil. 


The sister taxon of Osteocephalus according to the original publication.  Ortiz, Moraes, Pavan, and Werneck, 2020, Vert. Zool., Senckenberg, 70: 357–366, reported on the molecular phylogenetics within the genus and its placement within Lophiohylinae. Blotto, Lyra, Cardoso, Rodrigues, Dias, Marciano, Vechio, Orrico, Brandão, Assis, Lantyer-Silva, Rutherford, Gagliardi-Urrutia, Solé, Baldo, Nunes, Cajade, Torres, Grant, Jungfer, Silva, Haddad, and Faivovich, 2021, Cladistics, 37: 36–72, reported on the molecular phylogenetics of this group as well as its placement within the lophiohylines. Ortiz, Hoskin, Werneck, Réjaud, Manzi, Ron, and Fouquet, 2023, Organisms Divers. Evol., 23: 395–414, reported on the historical biogeography of Amazonia based on molecular evidence for Osteocephalus, Tepuihyla, and Dryaderces.

Contained taxa (2 sp.):

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