Odontophrynus reigi Rosset, Fadel, Guimarães, Carvalho, Ceron, Pedrozo, Serejo, Souza, Baldo, and Mângia, 2021

Class: Amphibia > Order: Anura > Family: Odontophrynidae > Genus: Odontophrynus > Species: Odontophrynus reigi

Odontophrynus reigi Rosset, Fadel, Guimarães, Carvalho, Ceron, Pedrozo, Serejo, Souza, Baldo, and Mângia, 2021, Ichthyol. & Herpetol., 109: 230. Holotype: LGE 19810, by original designation. Type locality: "Argentina, Misiones province, Capital department, Garupá, Barrio Don Santiago, 27°27′54.15″S, 55°51′40.61″W, 135 m above sea level". urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act:3CF28E0D-E849-4AC5-8BF7-6D2514B6FCD9

Distribution

Grassland of the Southern Cone Mesopotamian savanna, Alto Paraná Atlantic forest, Araucaria moist forests, Cerrado, and Humid Chaco Ecoregions in northeastern Argentina (eastern Corrientes, and Misiones), southern Brazil (southern Mato Grosso do Sul, southern São Paulo, south to northern Rio Grande do Sul), and eastern Paraguay.

Comment

Confused with Odontophrynus americanus in much of the literature prior to 2021, and in the Odonotphrynus americanus species group according to the original publication, where external morphology, osteology, advertisement call, molecular markers, and karyology were discussed as was literature of nominal Odontophrynus americanus now assigned to this species. 

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