Adenomera guarayo Carvalho, Angulo, Barrera, Aguilar-Puntriano, and Haddad, 2020

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Leptodactylidae > Subfamily: Leptodactylinae > Genus: Adenomera > Species: Adenomera guarayo

Adenomera guarayo Carvalho, Angulo, Barrera, Aguilar-Puntriano, and Haddad, 2020, Herpetologica, 76: 306. Holotype: MUSM 39458, by original designation. Type locality: "Laguna Chica Trail (12.837820° S, 69.295510°W; 242 m asl), at Explorer’s Inn Ecolodge, within the limits of Tambopata National Reserve, in the district and province of Tambopata, region of Madre de Dios, Peru". Zoobank LSID: F69BCB29-DD09-4F57-8381-90C0FED76CBC

English Names

Guarayo Nest-building Terrestrial Frog (original publication). 

Distribution

Restricted to lowland forest of southwestern Amazonia in southeastern Peru (Tambopata Province) and adjacent northwestern Bolivia (Department of La Paz). 

Comment

In the Adenomera andreae clade according to the original publication, where the advertisement call was also detailed. Equivalent to Adenomera sp. Forest Call Type II of Angulo, Cocroft, and Reichle, 2003, Herpetologica, 59:490–504. 

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