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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It may NOT be used within Apps. Blog Log of changes and additions, Annea to cite How to use History of the project Comments on version 5. In addition to these threats, populations of the blue-sided tree frog face another obstacle in an introduced fish, Xiphophorus helleriiwhich preys on the larvae of the frog 1.
Agalychnis annae — Duellman,Univ. Also known as blue-sided leaf frog, golden-eyed leaf frog, orange-eyed leaf frog, orange-eyed tree frog. X Close Link to this photo Embed this Arkive thumbnail link “portlet” by copying and pasting the code below.
Blue-sided tree frog biology Abalychnis 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 underside of its body is creamy-yellow to orange. Juveniles lack the blue colouration of the mature adults 2while the tadpoles of the blue-sided tree frog are greyish-brown above, with blue-grey sides, a silvery blue underside, and brown flecks on the fins 2 4.
Blue-sided tree frog threats The blue-sided tree frog has suffered a precipitous decline in anjae population, with an estimated 50 percent or more loss in population since the s.
The fungus that causes chytridiomycosis can be found in most habitats suitable for the blue-sided tree frog. To learn about climate change and the species that are affected, visit our climate change pages. Allows a partial letter string to be entered and implies either no or various extension on this letter string.
The blue-sided tree frog lays its eggs on leaves, and once hatched the tadpoles fall into pools below.
The males and females of this species are similar in appearance, although the females are slightly larger than the males 2. This species is featured in: A genus tends to contain species that have characteristics in common. However, the blue-sided tree frog is also known to deposit its eggs on alternative forms of vegetation such as vines or branches. American bullfrog Lithobates catesbeianus. Given the threats to the survival of the blue-sided tree frog and other species in the genus Agalychnis, all Agalychnis species, including the blue-sided tree frog, have recently been granted protection under Appendix II of CITES 3 4.
Inthe United States alone was reported to have importedAgalychnis frogs agalychni the previous decade 4. Juvenile blue-sided tree frogs lack the distinctive blue colouration of the mature adults. Blue-sided agalchnis frog habitat The blue-sided tree frog prefers humid pre- montane and lower montane rainforests. Copan stream frog Ptychohyla hypomykter. AfricachimpanzeeconservationfilmIn the Fieldlab chimpsLiberiaPrimatesprimatologyrehabilitationtrue storywildlifewildlife filmWildscreen Festival.
Blue-sided leaf frog
Blue-sided leaf frog – Wikipedia
Endemic A species or taxonomic group that is only found in one particular country or geographic area. This medium-sized tree frog has large discs agaalychnis the ends of its fingers and toes, and all the fingers and toes are webbed 2 4.
Means that the results of the search must include both words held together by an AND. The eggs are usually deposited on top of leaves up to three metres above still water. Blue-sided tree frog fact file Description Biology Range Habitat Status Threats Conservation Find out more Glossary References Print factsheet Blue-sided tree frog description Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Amphibia Order Anura Family Hylidae Genus Agalychnis 1 The blue-sided tree frog Agalychnis annae is a very colourful amphibian with pink, lavender, orange and blue on its limbs and sides, contrasting with its uniform green upper surface 2 4.
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