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New Pseudoeurycea, P.kuautli

This is a discussion on New Pseudoeurycea, P.kuautli within the Taxonomy, Phylogenetics & Evolution forums, part of the Herpetological Science & Politics category; Jonathan A. Campbell , Edmund D. Brodie Jr ., J. Cristián Blancas-Hernández , & Eric N. Smith, 2013. Another New ...

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Default New Pseudoeurycea, P.kuautli

Jonathan A. Campbell , Edmund D. Brodie Jr ., J. Cristián Blancas-Hernández , & Eric N. Smith, 2013. Another New Salamander of the Genus Pseudoeurycea from the State of Guerrero, Mexico. South American Journal of Herpetology, 8(3):198-202.

Abstract. A new salamander of the genus Pseudoeurycea is described from the Mexican state of Guerrero, bringing the number of species in this genus known from this state to nine. It occurs on the Pacific slopes of the Sierra Madre del Sur in the western portion of the state. This new salamander is diagnosed from Guerrero congeners by its morphology and color pattern.


Pseudoeurycea kuautli is apparently closely related to P.amuzga, and is named in honor of Kraig Adler. “Kuautli” is Guerreran Nauatl for “eagle”, which in German is “Adler”. This parallels the gecko Eurydactylodes agricolae, named for Aaron Bauer [“farmer” being “bauer” in German and “agricola” in Latin].


With my many thanks and appreciation to Dr. Jonathan Campbell.



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