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A new species of Phyllodytes (Anura: Hylidae) from the State of Sergipe, Northeastern Brazil

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A new species of the genus Phyllodytes is described from Fazenda Gravatá (10° 47'S, 36° 54'W), Municipality of Santo Amaro das Brotas, State of Sergipe, Brazil. Phyllodytes punctatus sp. nov. is distinguished from all other species of the genus by the small size (SVL 18.2-22.8 mm; x 20.6, s 1.49), dorsum of body pale brown with distinctive brown dots and smaller brown dots on dorsal surfaces of hindlimbs, dorsal surfaces of body and hindlimbs with small rounded tubercles, and presence of a distinctive tubercle on the tip of snout and one to three small tubercles on upper eyelid.


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