Definition of Andinobates. Meaning of Andinobates. Synonyms of Andinobates

Definition of Andinobates. Meaning of Andinobates. Synonyms of Andinobates

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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...
- rate of 3.7 centimetres (1.5 in) per year. Alto de Buey poison frog, Andinobates altobueyensis, is only known from the Alto del Buey mountain. "USGS...
- frog, yellow-bellied poison-arrow frog, or yellowbelly poison frog (Andinobates fulguritus) is a species of frog in the family Dendrobatidae. It is found...
- clades in Ranitomeya, erected the genus Andinobates for 12 species of Ranitomeya.Ranitomeya and Andinobates frogs can be distinguished from those in...
- The blue-bellied poison frog or bluebelly poison frog (Andinobates minutus) is a species of frogs in the family Dendrobatidae. Dart-poison frogs (Dendrobatidae)...
- Dendrobates have been split off into the genera Oophaga, Ranitomeya, Andinobates, and Phyllobates. The generic name Dendrobates is derived from the Gr****...
- Colostethus Epipedobates Silverstoneia Dendrobatinae (Cope, 1865) Adelphobates Andinobates Dendrobates Excidobates Minyobates Oophaga Phyllobates Ranitomeya Hyloxalinae...
- The Cauca Poison Frog (Andinobates bombetes, synonyms Dendrobates bombetes, Ranitomeya bombetes) is a species of frog in the family Dendrobatidae. It...
- 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...
- the Amazon Basin in Brazil. Dendrobatinae are generally small frogs; Andinobates minutus is as small as 13–16 mm (0.51–0.63 in) in snout–vent length....
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