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EC, South America
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Unknown Dendropsophus (maybe D. triangulum?) from San Jose de Payamino, Ecuador

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Dendropsophus - Photo (c) Brian Gratwicke, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jplarry's ID: Genus Dendropsophus, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
Posted by jplarry almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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This looks like D. brevifrons. Where did you take this, along the road? Did we make a data sheet for this one?

Posted by rmaynard about 3 years ago (Flag)
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I think this was an incidental, and we didn't make a sheet for it. I was by the pond on the road.

Posted by jplarry about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Actually, on second look, I'm thinking D. parviceps, but I would need to see either below the eye or the hidden surfaces of the thighs to tell for sure.

Posted by rmaynard about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Dendropsophus - Photo (c) Brian Gratwicke, some rights reserved (CC BY)
jplarry's ID: Genus Dendropsophus, a member of Tree Frogs and Allies (Family Hylidae)
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