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Palora, Pastaza Province, E... (Google, OSM) Out of range! Details Hide details

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This glass frog and numerous other amphibians and reptiles were observed at this conservation center during a two week period to survey the region of its herpetofauna to determine the feasibility of establishing a protected area for the indigenous fauna located in a forested area approximately 3 km north of Puerto Santana, (15 km northeast of Cuenca) Ecuador.

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Teratohyla midas - Photo (c) herpguy, all rights reserved, uploaded by Paul Freed
herpguy's ID: Teratohyla midas, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae)
Posted by herpguy about 3 years ago (Flag)
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No estoy seguro que sea una Teratohyla midas.

Posted by orojas91 10 months ago (Flag)
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He Paul,

Sweet picture.

Are you sure it was photographed 15 km northeast of Cuenca.

It seems a little bit out of range.

Ale

Posted by tropicalherping 8 months ago (Flag)
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Hi Ale,
It could have been a few kilometers further northeast of Cuenca but not much more. If it's not a range extension, perhaps it's mis-identified and not Teratohyla midas. Any suggestions?
-Paul

Posted by herpguy 8 months ago (Flag)
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Teratohyla midas - Photo (c) herpguy, all rights reserved, uploaded by Paul Freed
herpguy's ID: Teratohyla midas, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae)
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