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Found several Atelopus spurrelli during a 2-day walk into the mountains together with a local indian living in Mecana (Antonyo).

More information about atelopus species can be found at my website: www.atelopus.com

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Do you mean Atelopus spurrelli?

Posted by loarie almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Yes, Atelopus spurrelli
Have a look at the photo added

Posted by dennis almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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You need to enter the name (without the underscore) in the "What did you see?" field to associate it with other observations of this taxon and have it show up on your life list. Alternatively, you can add an ID for this taxon using the box in the upper right of this page. It would also be cool if you could add this to the Global Amphibian BioBlitz. I don't thin we have this species yet!

Posted by kueda almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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I clicked my way to the link of this species and then clicked report, didn't even write the name myself. Thought this was the way inaturalist wanted the reports.

I have decided to give this up even if I have many species of amphibians on photos from South and Central America that are very rare. I'm traveling to these areas since I'm a photographer with a huge interest in amphibians. Have a look here: http://www.dennisphoto.tk http://www.atelopus.com http://www.dartfrog.tk

It seems very complicated to fill in the form properly so everyone is happy so this is my one and only report here.

Posted by dennis almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Atelopus spurrelli - Photo (c) dennis, all rights reserved, uploaded by Dennis Nilsson
dennis's ID: Atelopus spurrelli, a member of True Toads (Family Bufonidae)
Posted by dennis almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Hi Dennis, I'm sorry you had trouble uploading and hope you'll reconsider. I just invited your A. spurrelli to the Global Amphibian BioBlitz - you can see the species we've ticked (in green) and the ones we still need (in red) here: http://www.inaturalist.org/attachments/project_assets/32-test.html?1306691863
It would be awesome if you wanted to contribute any others, its pretty easy to 'Batch Upload' from here: http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/new/batch by entering a list of names, a date, and a location and then adding photos. Let me know if you have any more trouble: loarie -at- stanford.edu we very much appreciate you sharing your data. Thanks!

Posted by loarie almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Atelopus spurrelli - Photo (c) dennis, all rights reserved, uploaded by Dennis Nilsson
sapito's ID: Atelopus spurrelli, a member of True Toads (Family Bufonidae)
Posted by sapito almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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Atelopus spurrelli - Photo (c) dennis, all rights reserved, uploaded by Dennis Nilsson
dennis's ID: Atelopus spurrelli, a member of True Toads (Family Bufonidae)
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Atelopus spurrelli - Photo (c) dennis, all rights reserved, uploaded by Dennis Nilsson
Community ID: Atelopus spurrelli, a member of True Toads (Family Bufonidae)
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