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Cochranella adenocheira, captured at night during an amphibian survey for the Santo Antonio dam.

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Posted by pedroivosimoes over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Are you sure? Amphibiaweb says that in Brazil, this species is only found in Para and Mato Grosso

Posted by loarie over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Pretty sure about this one... it's been identified by a glassfrog specialist. Besides, there's at least one recently published record for Rondonia (http://www.checklist.org.br/getpdf?NGD058-11).

Posted by pedroivosimoes over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by loarie over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Teratohyla adenocheira - Photo (c) pedroivosimoes, all rights reserved, uploaded by pedroivosimoes
pedroivosimoes's ID: Teratohyla adenocheira, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae) Added as part of a taxon swap
Posted by pedroivosimoes 11 months ago (Flag)
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Teratohyla adenocheira - Photo (c) pedroivosimoes, all rights reserved, uploaded by pedroivosimoes
diogoprov's ID: Teratohyla adenocheira, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae)
Posted by diogoprov 25 days ago (Flag)
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pedroivosimoes's ID: Teratohyla adenocheira, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae) Added as part of a taxon swap
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Teratohyla adenocheira - Photo (c) pedroivosimoes, all rights reserved, uploaded by pedroivosimoes
Community ID: Teratohyla adenocheira, a member of Glass Frogs (Family Centrolenidae)
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