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A new species of the genus Physalaemus Fitzinger, 1826 (Anura, Leptodactylidae) from the Atlantic Rain Forest of southern Bahia, Brazil

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A new species of the Physalaemus signifer group from the Atlantic Rain Forest of the state of Bahia is described and illustrated. It is characterized by a well-developed vocal sac, second finger with the same size or longer than fourth, finely rugose dorsal skin, and distinct structure of advertisement call, composed of densely aggregated pulses. Information on tadpole external morphology and advertisement call structure are presented. Uma nova espécie do grupo de Physalaemus signifer da Mata Atlântica do Estado da Bahia é descrita e ilustrada. É caracterizada pelo saco vocal bem desenvolvido, o segundo dedo com comprimento igual ou maior que o quarto, pele do dorso finamente rugosa e estrutura distinta do canto de anúncio, composto por pulsos densamente agregados. Informações sobre a morfologia externa do girino e a estrutura do canto de anúncio são apresentadas.


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