AGALYCHNIS ANNAE PDF

AGALYCHNIS ANNAE PDF

Phyllomedusa annae Duellman, , Rev. Biol. Tropical, 1. Holotype: KU Agalychnis annae — Duellman, , Univ. Kansas Publ. Mus. Nat. Hist., 4. Common names: blue-sided leaf frog, blue-sided tree frog, and orange-eyed leaf frog. Agalychnis annae is an endangered tree frog of the family Hylidae native. Agalychnis annae (Duellman, ) IUCN Red List of Threatened Species IUCN: Agalychnis annae (Endangered) Downloaded on 30 April

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The blue-sided tree frog is both nocturnal and arborealand like other Agalychnis species it typically moves around by walking, although it will also leap between branches 2. The blue-sided tree frog is named for its striking blue flanks and sides, which contrast with its green upperparts.

The eggs are usually deposited on top of leaves up to three metres above still water. A genus tends to contain species that agqlychnis characteristics in common. This species is featured in: MyARKive offers the scrapbook feature to signed-up members, allowing you to organize your favourite Arkive images and videos and share znnae with friends.

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To learn about climate change and the species that are affected, visit our climate change pages. See account by Savage,Amph. The blue-sided tree frog is endemic agalycunis Costa Rica, and can be found at elevations ranging from to 1, metres on the slopes of the cordilleras of northern and central Costa Rica 1 2. The most notable characteristic of the blue-sided tree frog, and the feature for which it is named, is the striking, purplish-blue colouring on its flanks and thighs 2 5.

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Find out more Find out agzlychnis about amphibians and their conservation: Means that the results of the search will all records that have either of the terms held together by an OR Lithobates OR “Costa Rica” Recovers all records that contain the word “Lithobates” or “Costa Rica”: However, the blue-sided tree frog is also known to deposit its eggs on agalychns forms of vegetation such as vines or branches.

Also known as blue-sided leaf frog, golden-eyed leaf frog, orange-eyed leaf frog, orange-eyed tree frog. Upland chorus frog Pseudacris feriarum.

The underside of its body is creamy-yellow to orange. Blue-sided tree frog threats The blue-sided agaalychnis frog has suffered a precipitous decline in its population, with an estimated 50 percent or more loss in population since the s.

The blue-sided tree frog is a popular species in the international pet trade, along with other frogs in the genus Agalychnis.

Sign up to our newsletter Get the latest wild news direct to amnae inbox. Given the threats to the survival of the blue-sided tree frog and other species in the genus Agslychnis, all Agalychnis species, including the blue-sided tree frog, have recently been granted protection under Appendix II of CITES 3 4.

Blue-sided tree frog biology The blue-sided tree frog is both nocturnal and arborealand like other Agalychnis species it typically moves around by walking, although it will also leap between branches 2. Lindsey Paretti – Blood Island.

Blue-sided leaf frog

The blue-sided tree frog has suffered a precipitous decline in its population, with an estimated avalychnis percent or more loss in population since the s. See photograph, map, description of geographic range and habitat, and conservation status in Stuart, Hoffmann, Chanson, Cox, Berridge, Ramani, and Young,Threatened Amph.

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The large eyes of the blue-sided tree frog are yellow-orange, which gives the frog its other common name, the golden-eyed leaf frog 5. The pale green eggs of this species measure around 4 millimetres in diameter, and are laid in irregularly shaped masses 2. Help us share the wonders of the natural world. Blue-sided tree frog range The blue-sided tree frog is endemic to Costa Rica, and can be found at elevations ranging from to 1, metres on the slopes of the cordilleras of northern and central Costa Rica 1 2.

In captivity, this has taken around days 2 4.

We are not responsible for their content. Larvae are typically very different in appearance to adults; they are able to feed and move around but usually are unable to reproduce. Rodents of Unusual Size communitycoypudocumentaryecosystemenvironmentfilmmakerfilmmakinginvasiveinvasive speciesrodentsUSAWetlandswildlife Monday 24 September Wildscreen With – Tom Hooker: This medium-sized tree frog has large discs on the ends of its fingers and toes, and all the fingers and toes are webbed 2 4.

Recovers only records that contain the word Lithobates AND “Costa Rica”, but excludes any record that contains the word “forreri” in any part of the record: The fungus that causes chytridiomycosis can be found in most habitats suitable for the blue-sided tree frog. Interestingly, the blue-sided tree frog has some ability to change colour, becoming darker green and bluish-purple at night 2.