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Specimen Records: 155
Specimens with Sequences: 204
Specimens with Barcodes: 98
Species: 7
Species With Barcodes: 7
Public Records: 6
Public Species: 3
Public BINs: 2
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Mexican burrowing tree frogs

The Mexican burrowing tree frog (Smilisca, also known as the cross-banded tree frog) is a genus of frogs (Mexican burrowing tree frogs) in the Hylidae family found in Mexico, southern Texas and Arizona, Central America, and northwestern South America. In a recent revision of the Hylidae family, the two species of the previous genus Pternohyla were included in this genus.[1] Its name is from the Ancient Greek smiliskos (‘little knife’), referring to the pointed frontoparietal processes.[2]

Species[edit]

Binomial name and authorCommon name
S. baudinii (Duméril and Bibron, 1841)common Mexican tree frog
S. cyanosticta (Smith, 1953)blue-spotted Mexican tree frog
S. dentata (Smith, 1957)upland burrowing tree frog
S. fodiens (Boulenger, 1882)lowland burrowing tree frog
S. phaeota (Cope, 1862)New Granada cross-banded tree frog or masked tree frog
S. puma (Cope, 1885)Nicaragua cross-banded tree frog
S. sila Duellman and Trueb, 1966Panama cross-banded tree frog
S. sordida (Peters, 1863)Veragua cross-banded tree frog

References[edit]

  1. ^ Faivovich, J.; Haddad, C.F.B.; Garcia, P.C.A.; Frost, D.R.; Campbell, J.A.; Wheeler, W.C., 2005: Systematic Review of the Frog Family Hylidae, with Special Reference to Hylinae: Phylogenetic Analysis and Taxonomic Revision. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Num. 294, pp.1-240. [1]
  2. ^ Dodd, C. Kenneth (2013). Frogs of the United States and Canada 1. The Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 20. ISBN 978-1-4214-0633-6. 
  • Duellman, W.E. (1993): Amphibian species of the world - Univ. Kansas Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist. (Spec. Publ.), Kansas 21, pp. [1-372]
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