Nomencl., , noted that the type of this taxon represents what is currently known as Leptodactylus bolivianus; they suggested that to conserve. 3, × 2,; MB. 0 references. Leptodactylus 3, × 2, ; MB. 0 references. taxon name. Leptodactylus bolivianus. 1 reference. Adult. Species description based on Ibanez et al () and Savage (). A large frog with a pointed snout (males to 95 mm, females to mm). Males have .
Tadpole bodies are very dark brown, with some gold flecking on the tail Savage Summary [ edit ] Description Leptodactylus bolivianus.
The hands are unwebbed, but the feet have some non-extensive webbing. Rana, Sapo, Sapo-rana Boliviano. The ventral surface is white to cream with some darker pigmentation. Views View Edit History.
Anfibios de Colombia Anexo: Leptodactylus bolivianus Boulenger, Class: Means that the results of the search must include both words held together by an AND. The ventral surface is lighter Savage This page was last edited on 17 Julyat Recovers boliviianus records that contain the word Lithobates AND “Costa Rica”, but excludes any record that contains the word “forreri” in any part of the record: The vocal sac is internal Ibanez et alSavage Lowland and premontane forest to m.
Leptodactylus bolivianus Boulenger Amphibian Species of the World 6.
Search only within taxon autocomplete list. The following other wikis use this file: Leptodactylus bolivianus Boulenger,Ann. Breeding occurs throughout the rainy season and but males call occasionally during the dry season Ibanez et alSavage This Leptodactylidae leprodactylus is a stub.
Cystignathus ocellatus — Wagler,Nat. A large frog with a pointed snout males to 95 mm, females to mm.
boliviahus From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Also found in more disturbed areas. Breeding typically occurs in open, flooded grassy areas or along the banks of more permanent water bodies such as rivers Ibanez et alSavage Leptodactylus ocellatus — Girard,Proc. Anfibios de Venezuela Usage on nl.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Leptodactylus bolivianus. Anfibios de Bolivia Anexo: Its local name is sapo-rana boliviano “Bolivian toad-frog”. Interprets this as “Lithobates OR pipiens” so will find the union of all records that contain either “Lithobates” or “pipiens”: