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    Dana Campbell commented on "Habitat and Ecology":

    This information is regarding the Brazilian Elachistocleis ovalis lineage defined as species E. bumbameuboi (Caramaschi 2010).

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Habitat and Ecology":

    This information is regarding the Brazilian Elachistocleis ovalis lineage defined as species E. carvalhoi (Caramaschi 2010).

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Habitat and Ecology":

    This information is regarding the Brazilian Elachistocleis ovalis lineage defined as species E. helianneae (Caramaschi 2010).

    7 months ago • edited: 7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Habitat and Ecology":

    This information is from the Brazilian E. ovalis lineage defined as species Elachistocleis matogrosso.

    (Caramaschi 2010)

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Habitat and Ecology":

    This information is from the Brazilian E. ovalis lineage defined as species Elachistocleis surumu

    7 months ago • edited: 7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell added text to "Text" on "Elachistocleis ovalis (Schneider, 1799)".

    Elachistocleis ovalis, known as the oval frog and as the slate...

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Range Description":

    Caramaschi (2010) reviewed Elachistocleis ovalis, creating several separate species. This article refers to a population defined from this work as species E. bumbameuboi.

    Caramaschi, U. 2010. Notes on the taxonomic status of Elachistocleis ovalis (Schneider, 1799) and description of five new species of Elachistocleis Parker, 1927 (Amphibia, Anura, Microhylidae). Boletim do Museu Nacional. Nova Serie, Zoologia. Rio de Janeiro 527: 1–30.

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Range Description":

    Caramaschi (2010) reviewed Elachistocleis ovalis, creating several separate species. This article refers to a population defined from this work as species E. carvalhoi.

    Caramaschi, U. 2010. Notes on the taxonomic status of Elachistocleis ovalis (Schneider, 1799) and description of five new species of Elachistocleis Parker, 1927 (Amphibia, Anura, Microhylidae). Boletim do Museu Nacional. Nova Serie, Zoologia. Rio de Janeiro 527: 1–30.

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Range Description":

    Caramaschi (2010) reviewed Elachistocleis ovalis, creating several separate species. This article refers to a population defined from this work as species E. helianneae. Caramaschi, U. 2010. Notes on the taxonomic status of Elachistocleis ovalis (Schneider, 1799) and description of five new species of Elachistocleis Parker, 1927 (Amphibia, Anura, Microhylidae). Boletim do Museu Nacional. Nova Serie, Zoologia. Rio de Janeiro 527: 1–30.

    7 months ago

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    Dana Campbell commented on "Range Description":

    Caramaschi (2010) reviewed Elachistocleis ovalis, creating several separate species. This article refers to a population defined from this work as species E. matogrosso.

    Caramaschi, U. 2010. Notes on the taxonomic status of Elachistocleis ovalis (Schneider, 1799) and description of five new species of Elachistocleis Parker, 1927 (Amphibia, Anura, Microhylidae). Boletim do Museu Nacional. Nova Serie, Zoologia. Rio de Janeiro 527: 1–30.

    7 months ago • edited: 7 months ago

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