Salamandra Arbórea Mexicana (Bolitoglossa mexicana). Encontrada hace aproximadamente 2 años en el Parque Nacional Palenque.
Found on a boulder adjacent to a stream.
Bolitoglossa colonnea (I think), found at night at the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center.
Selva tropical perenifolia madura. Arroyo.
Bolitoglossa is a genus of salamanders, also called tropical climbing salamanders or web-footed salamanders, in the Plethodontidae family. Their range is Central and South America: Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, northeastern Brazil, and central Bolivia. These arboreal and terrestrial, Neotropical salamanders of the Bolitoglossa genus make up the largest genus in the order Caudata consisting of approximately one-fourth of all known species of salamanders. Adult salamanders range anywhere from 45mm to 200mm in length depending on...