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Recent observations

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Observer

juanabarca

Date

February 2, 2013

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This species was seen by Esteban Matarrita in February of 2012, he give me the picture and I and another herpetologist confirm that it is the Crytically Endangered Species Isthmohyla angustilineata, it was found in Cerro Dantas WildLIfe Refuge. Picture is not good but there is an important observation. We need more survey efford to found this inusual species.

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Observer

twanleenders

Date

May 20, 2013

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

One adult seen and three more heard; one metamorph observed emerging from rocky stream

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Observer

sullivanribbit

Date

August 13, 2010

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Observer

redpine

Date

May 30, 2013 08:18 PM PDT

Description

In forest at 1500m asl.

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Observer

asydabass

Date

March 31, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Adult male

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Observer

asydabass

Date

March 31, 2012

Description

Breeding male- determined by coloration and presence of dark nuptial pads on inner-most digit.

This photo is part of a three photo submission to demonstrate the variability in both coloration and pattern of this species. All specimens in this series were found on the same night within the immediate vicinity of each other.

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What

Meadow Treefrog Isthmohyla pseudopuma

Observer

asydabass

Date

March 31, 2012

Description

Amplectant pair with male showing blotch/band pattern, with a tan dorsal color.

This photo is part of a three photo submission to demonstrate the variability in both coloration and pattern of this species. All specimens in this series were found on the same night within the immediate vicinity of each other.

Photos / Sounds

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What

Meadow Treefrog Isthmohyla pseudopuma

Observer

asydabass

Date

March 31, 2012

Description

Female, determined by size and lack of dark nuptial pads.

This photo is part of a three photo submission to demonstrate the variability in both coloration and pattern of this species. All specimens in this series were found on the same night within the immediate vicinity of each other.

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What

Meadow Treefrog Isthmohyla pseudopuma

Observer

victoracosta

Date

March 2, 2012

Description

Cerro Dantas, Heredia.

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Observer

victoracosta

Date

June 11, 2010

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

With the class of Herpetology of Universidad de Costa Rica, in Costa Rica Amphibian Research Center, Siquirres. Thanks to Brian Kubicki.

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Observer

juanabarca

Date

January 17, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

A rare hylid frog, found in 2008 again in Monteverde since 1988. This new place was another Highland zone afected by lost of ambiphians. In Cordillera Volcanica Central.

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Observer

asnyder5

Date

June 23, 2009 05:07 AM CDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Isthmohyla melacaena from Cusuco National Park, Honduras, Central America. Summer 2009.
Listed as Near Threatened on IUCN Red List.
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Description from Wikipedia

Isthmohyla is a genus of frogs in the Hylidae family. This genus was erected in 2005 following a major revision of the Hylidae family. The 15 species in this genus were previously placed in the Hyla genus. They are endemic to Costa Rica and Panama.

No range data available.