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A new species of collared frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae: Colostethus) from Serrania de Portuguesa, Andes of Estado Lara, Venezuela

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A new species of frog of the genus Colostethus (Anura: Dendrobatidae) is described from Andean mountain streams and pools at Parque Nacional Yacambu, Estado Lara, Venezuela. The taxon (Colostethus yustizi sp. nov.) belongs in the Colostethus collaris Group and it is distinguished from members of this monophyletic assemblage by the presence of a dark collar with pale spots, and by its reduced foot web.

Affiliations: 1: Area de Biogeografia, Escuela de Geografia, Facultad de Ciencias Forestales, Universidad de Los Andes. Apartado 116, Mérida 5101-A, Venezuela


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