A new species of poison frog from the southern Amazonian rain forest

Main report: A New Species of Poison Frog, Genus Ameerega (Anura: Dendrobatidae), from the southern Amazonian Rain Forest
(Species New to Science Blog)

Scientific Paper: Salamandra Journal   
New Taxa: Ameerega munduruku
Species named for: The Munduruku ethnic group, which inhabits the southwestern parts of the state of Pará and the northern region of the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil
Categories: Amphibians | New Species

A new species of poison frog in the Ameerega picta group is described from Amazonia, states of Pará and Mato Grosso, Brazil. It inhabits rock outcrops in open areas near streams of the central Teles Pires River system.

Ameerega munduruku. Neves et al, 2017. Brazil

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