|Upland burrowing tree frog|
Pternohyla dentataSmith, 1957
The upland burrowing tree frog (Smilisca dentata) is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. It is endemic to Mexico and occurs in southeastern Aguascalientes and adjacent northern Jalisco at elevations of 1,800–1,900 m (5,900–6,200 ft) asl. Its natural habitats are flooded grasslands where it breeds in temporary and permanent pools. It is a rare species that is threatened by habitat loss caused by conversion into agricultural land and the subsequent pesticide pollution.
The phantasmal poison frog or phantasmal poison-arrow frog is a species of poison dart frog. It is endemic to Ecuador and known from the Andean slopes of the central Ecuador in Bolívar Province. They have radiant colors. This species is endangered, and there are only a few locations in the wild where they are known to live.
The Mexican burrowing tree frog is a genus of frogs in the family Hylidae found in Mexico, southern Texas and Arizona, Central America, and northwestern South America. In a recent revision of the Hylidae, the two species of the previous genus Pternohyla were included in this genus. Its name is from the Ancient Greek smiliskos, referring to the pointed frontoparietal processes.
The common Mexican tree frog is a nocturnal species of tree frog whose native range extends from the Sonoran Desert and the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas south to Costa Rica. Common names include Mexican tree frog, Baudin's tree frog and Van Vliet's frog. They are usually found within lightly forested areas near permanent sources of water.
The blue-spotted Mexican tree frog is a species of frogs in the family Hylidae found on the Atlantic slopes of southeastern Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala, between Jalapa de Díaz in Mexico and Sierra del Mico in Guatemala. Its natural habitats are humid mid-altitude and montane forests, and it can also occur in secondary forest. Breeding takes place in temporary pools and streams and in depressions in logs that fill up with water. It is threatened by habitat loss and, potentially, chytridiomycosis.
The lowland burrowing tree frog or northern casquehead frog is a species of frog in the family Hylidae. It is found in south-central Arizona, the United States, and southward along the coastal plain and foothills to Western and South-Central Mexico. Its natural habitats are open mesquite grassland and tropical scrub forests at elevations from near sea level to about 1,490 m (4,890 ft) above sea level. It is a burrowing frog that is common in rain-filled temporary pools, its breeding habitat. It is threatened by habitat loss caused by agricultural development. However, many well-preserved populations have been recorded.
The New Granada cross-banded tree frog is a species of frog in the family Hylidae found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forest, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest, rivers, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, plantations, rural gardens, urban areas, heavily degraded former forests, ponds, and canals and ditches.
The Nicaragua cross-banded tree frog or tawny smilisca, Smilisca puma, is a species of tree frog in the family Hylidae. It is found in the Caribbean lowlands of Costa Rica and adjacent Nicaragua to about 520 m (1,710 ft) above sea level. Its natural habitats are tropical moist lowland forests. It breeds in small, shallow temporary pools or ponds, including those in very disturbed habitats, such as pastures. Males call during the rainy season from shallow water and low bushes. Habitat loss and degradation caused by small- and large-scale agriculture and logging are threats to this species.
The Panama cross-banded tree frog is a species of frog in the family Hylidae found in the humid Pacific lowlands of southwestern Costa Rica to eastern Panama and in the Caribbean lowlands of Panama and northern Colombia.
The Veragua cross-banded tree frog is a species of frog in the family Hylidae found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, rivers, plantations, rural gardens, urban areas, heavily degraded former forests, and canals and ditches.
Callixalus is a genus frogs in the family Hyperoliidae. It is monotypic, being represented by a single species, Callixalus pictus. It is found in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo and western Rwanda. It is sometimes known as the African painted frog.
Craugastor sartori, also known as the Chiapas dwarf robber frog, is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae. It is endemic to Mexico and known from the Sierra Madre de Chiapas in the vicinity of Cerro Ovando, at elevations of about 1,200–1,900 m (3,900–6,200 ft) asl. Its natural habitats are montane cloud and mixed forests. It is threatened by habitat loss caused by particularly logging.
The short-nosed green frog or shortsnout robber frog is a species of frog in the family Eleutherodactylidae endemic to the Massif de la Hotte, Haiti. Its natural habitat is dwarf cloud forest, although it can also be found in clearings. It is found under ground cover, and the eggs are laid on the ground. It is threatened by habitat loss; while the species occurs in the Pic Macaya National Park, there is no active management for conservation, and the habitat loss continues in the park.
Fritziana fissilis is a species of frogs in the family Hemiphractidae. It is endemic to southeastern Brazil and known from the mountains of Espírito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Rio Grande do Sul states.
Gephyromantis leucocephalus is a species of frog in the family Mantellidae. It is endemic to southeastern Madagascar and found from Midongy-du-Sud south to Tôlanaro. It lives in a range of habitats with some tree cover, including rainforest, degraded habitats, and eucalyptus plantations, at elevations between 0 and 900 m (3,000 ft) above sea level. It is very abundant species, but it is threatened by the loss and degradation of its forest habitat. It is found in the Andohahela and Midongy du sud National Parks.
Austrochaperina pluvialis, also known as the rain frog, white-browed chirper, flecked land frog, or whitebrowed whistle frog, is a species of frog in the family Microhylidae. It is endemic to northeastern Queensland, Australia.
Kalophrynus baluensis is a species of frog in the family Microhylidae. It is endemic to Mount Kinabalu in Sabah.
Smith's wrinkled frog, commonly known as Tasan eastern frog, Tasan frog, or Tha san frog,) is a species of frog in the family Dicroglossidae. It is found in western and southern Thailand; its range likely extends to Myanmar but it has not yet been recorded there. Its natural habitats are primary rainforests near streams. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Leptobrachella baluensis is a species of amphibian in the family Megophryidae. It is endemic to montane northern Borneo in Sabah and Sarawak (Malaysia) and northern Kalimantan (Indonesia). It has been in synonymy with Leptobrachella mjobergi, but is now treated as a valid species.
S. dentata may refer to:
Natalobatrachus bonebergi, the Natal diving frog, Boneberg's frog, or Kloof frog ), is a species of frog in the family Pyxicephalidae. It is the only species within the monotypic genus Natalobatrachus. It is endemic to South Africa. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and rivers and it is threatened by habitat loss.