MACNBR   00242
MUSEO ARGENTINO DE CIENCIAS NATURALES "BERNARDINO RIVADAVIA"
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
A review of the geographical distribution of Sphaenorhynchus prasinus Bokermann, 1973 (Anura: Hylidae) in the state of Alagoas, northeastern Brazil
Autor/es:
KATYUSCIA ARAUJO VIEIRA; INGRID CAROLLINE SOARES TIBURCIO; IGOR JOVENTINO ROBERTO; ROBSON WALDEMAR ÁVILA; FILIPE AUGUSTO NASCIMENTO; BARNAGLEISON SILVA LISBOA
Revista:
BOLETIM DO MUSEU DE BIOLOGIA MELLO LEITAO
Editorial:
Instituto Nacional da Mata Atlântica
Referencias:
Lugar: Santa Teresa, Espirito Santo; Año: 2016 vol. 38 p. 265 - 265
ISSN:
0103-9121
Resumen:
Sphaenorhynchus prasinus is a neotropical small greenish treefrog characterized by a canthal black line, dermal folds on forearms and tarsi, dermal fold on elbow and round calcar appendage, and a white dermal flap with round lateral margins on the subcloacal region. Its geographic distribution comprises southeastern and northeastern of Brazil. In this note, we rectify the previous records of S. prasinus and restablish the occurrence of the species for the state of Alagoas, northeastern Brazil based on new findings.