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A new species of Alsodes (Amphibia, Anura, Leptodactylidae) from Central Chile

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A new species of frog, Alsodes hugoi, from the temperate Nothofagus forest of Central Chile, is described. Up to now, no sympatric occurrence of other congeneric species is known from the type locality. Karyotypically, this new species is included in the monticola group, whose species have 26 chromosomes.

Una nueva especie de rana, Alsodes hugoi, es descrita para el bosque temperado de Nothofagus de Chile Central. Hasta hoy no se ha encontrado otra especie congenérica en la localidad típica. Desde el punto de vista cariológico, la nueva especie es incluida en el grupo monticola cuyas especies tienen 26 cromosomas.

Affiliations: 1: Instituto de Zoología, Casilla 567, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile


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