Teratohyla midas ( Lynch & Duellman 1973 ),

Twomey, Evan, Delia, Jesse & Castroviejo-Fisher, Santiago, 2014, A review of Northern Peruvian glassfrogs (Centrolenidae), with the description of four new remarkable species, Zootaxa 3851 (1), pp. 1-87: 55

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Teratohyla midas ( Lynch & Duellman 1973 )
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Teratohyla midas ( Lynch & Duellman 1973) 

Centrolenella midas Lynch and Duellman 1973  . Holotype KU 123219View Materials, an adult male from “Santa Cecilia, 340 m, Provincia Napo, Ecuador.

Cochranella  midas— Ruiz-Carranza and Lynch 1991 a.

Teratohyla  midas— Guayasamin, Castroviejo-Fisher, Trueb, Ayarzagüena, Rada, and Vilà 2009.

Bioacoustics. This is a common, widespread species that occurs throughout much of the Amazon basin and into the northern lowlands of Brazil. For the purposes of this paper, we provide a description of the advertisement call, which has not been formally described (although see Kok & Castroviejo-Fisher 2008 for audiospectrograms and oscillograms). The following description is based on recordings from two males from two different sites in Peru. The first in an uncollected male recorded from San Jose, San Martín, Peru (6 ° 25 ' 14.67 "S, 76 ° 17 ' 28.42 "W, 518 m), on 4 July 2004 by J. L. Brown and ET at 22 °C. The recording consists of a series of three notes given by the male over a 10 second period. Each note is 0.15– 0.16 s in length, with a dominant frequency of 7030–7060 Hz, composed of four pulses each. The second recording ( Fig. 30View FIGURE 30) is from Pongo de Rentema, Amazonas, Peru (5 ° 17 ' 43.68 "S, 78 ° 24 ' 22.17 "W, 557 m) recorded 2 April 2010 by SC-F and ET at 22 °C (voucher MNCN 45963). It consists of two notes given by a single male over a 26 second period. Both notes were 0.10 s in length, each with a dominant frequency of 6760 Hz, composed of three pulses each.

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Animalia

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Teratohyla

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Teratohyla midas ( Lynch & Duellman 1973 )

Twomey, Evan, Delia, Jesse & Castroviejo-Fisher, Santiago 2014
2014
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Centrolenella midas

Lynch and Duellman 1973
1973