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Bolitoglossa chucantiensis, new Eladinia of the adspersa group from Panama

This is a discussion on Bolitoglossa chucantiensis, new Eladinia of the adspersa group from Panama within the Taxonomy, Phylogenetics & Evolution forums, part of the Herpetological Science & Politics category; Abel Batista, Gunther Köhler, Konrad Mebert, and Milan Vesely, 2014. A new species of Bolitoglossa (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from eastern Panama, ...

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Abel Batista, Gunther Köhler, Konrad Mebert, and Milan Vesely, 2014. A new species of Bolitoglossa (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from eastern Panama, with comments on other members of the adspersa species group from eastern Panama. Mesoamerican Herpetology 1(1): 97–121.


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We describe a new species of Bolitoglossa from Cerro Chucantí, Cordillera de Majé, Provincia de Darién, Panama. A phylogenetic analysis based on molecular data provides evidence for the assignment of the new taxon to the Bolitoglossa adspersa species group. The new species differs in color pattern and morphometrics from all other congeners found in eastern Panama. Additionally, we include comments on the other species of salamanders known to occur in the region.


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http://mesoamericanherpetology.com/u...t_al_paper.pdf

Thanks to Mikhael Bagaturov for the heads-up on the species, article, and new journal.



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