Our Motivation The Atelopus are disappearing rapidly in Latin America and we, in the role of frog-lovers, would hate to see them disappear from their natural habitat. We have build this website to get more attention for these lovely beings and we hope to get more people to recognize this problem. If you have been in a population recently or at least later then published here, please tell us. We will publish the recieved information, photos or just the latest seen list. If you have any information that you want to share, please e-mail us Copyrights We respect copyrights and we expect you to do the same with our website and all the diffrent authors that have choosen to let us use their material like photos, videos or information.
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Amazonian lowlands of Ecuador and eastern Peru, presumably into southeastern Colombia. Comment In the Atelopus flavescens group. Kansas Mus. Toad Genus Atelopus : See photograph, map, description of geographic range and habitat, and conservation status in Stuart, Hoffmann, Chanson, Cox, Berridge, Ramani, and Young, , Threatened Amph.
World : Records of this nominal species from the Guianas and adjacent Brazil are now referred to Atelopus hoogmoedi. External links: Please note: these links will take you to external websites not affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.
We are not responsible for their content. For additional sources of information from other sites search Google For images search CalPhoto Images and Google Images To search the NIH genetic sequence database, see GenBank For additional information see AmphibiaWeb report For information on conservation status and distribution see the IUCN Redlist For related information on conservation and images as well as observation see iNaturalist ; for a quick link to their maps see iNaturalist KML For additional information specific to Ecuador see FaunaWebEcuador: Anfibios del Ecuador For access to available specimen data for this species, from over scientific collections, go to Vertnet.
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