A new Pristimantis species from Peru

Main report: Pristimantis ashaninka: A new species of Fleshbelly Frog from the Montane Rainforests of Peru.
(Sciency Thoughts Blog)
Other Reporting: Herpetological taxonomy, phylogeny and systematics.
Scientific Paper: Zookeys    (Plazi Treatment)
New Taxa: Pristimantis ashaninka
Species named for: indigenous Asháninka of the region
Categories: Amphibians | New Species
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A new species of frog of the genus Pristimantis is described from a montane forest of the Pui Pui Protected Forest in central Peru.

Pristimantis ashaninka, female specimen. Photo Edgar Lehr.

Pristimantis ashaninka, female specimen. Photo Edgar Lehr.

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