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- Brown, and their colleagues erected the genus Andinobates for a group of 12 species of Ranitomeya. Andinobates frogs can be distinguished from their sister...
- Cordillera Oriental. Andinobates virolinensis are small frogs, measuring up to 19 mm (0.75 in) in snout–vent length. Andinobates virolinensis live on...
- Andinobates altobueyensis (synonyms ) is a species of frog in the family Dendrobatidae. It is endemic to Alto del Buey mountain in the Serranía del Baudó...
- Andinobates dorisswansonae, the dotted poison frog, is a species of amphibian in the family Dendrobatidae, endemic to Colombia in the outskirts of Falan...
- have been split off into other genera such as Adelphobates, Ameerega, Andinobates, Epipedobates, Excidobates, Oophaga, Phyllobates and Ranitomeya (essentially...
- 2019. Ostrowski, Thomas. "Andinobates viridis". dendrobase.de. Retrieved 24 April 2020. Frost, Darrel R. (2014). "Andinobates viridis (Myers and Daly,...
- Andinobates abditus is a species of poison dart frog, sometimes known as the Collins' poison frog. It is endemic to Ecuador where it is only known from...
- Andinobates claudiae (synonyms Dendrobates claudiae, Ranitomeya claudiae) is a species of frog in the family Dendrobatidae. It is endemic to Panama. Its...
- Andinobates tolimensis, the Tolimense poison frog,  is a species of amphibian in the family Dendrobatidae, endemic to Colombia in the outskirts of Falan...
- Epipedobates Leucostethus Silverstoneia Dendrobatinae (Cope, 1865) Adelphobates Andinobates Dendrobates Excidobates Minyobates Oophaga Phyllobates Ranitomeya Hyloxalinae...
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