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Descripcion del renacuajo de Colostethus leopardalis Rivero con algunos comentarios sobre su historia natural

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n. Se describe el renacuajo de Coloslethus leopardalis, Rivero (Dendrobatidae), en base a tres ejemplares provenientes de La Corcovada, Páramo de Mucubají, Edo. Mérida, Los renacuajos se distinguen de las demás larvas conocidas del género en los Andes de Mérida, por los siguientes detalles: 1) Reborde de las narinas con papilas; 2) Sierras del pico anterior más grandes que las del pico posterior; 3) Sistema de lineas de poros caracteristico. El renacuajo fue observado principalmente en las partes torrentosas de las quebradas, comportamiento novedoso en las larvas de las especies de la familia Dendrobatidae.

Affiliations: 1: Grupo de Ecologia Animal, Departamento de Biologia, Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela

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1991-01-01
2016-12-03

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