2014
DOI: 10.1590/1678-476620141042184188
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Abstract: É descrito e ilustrado o girino de Scinax nebulosus (Spix, 1824), proveniente do estado de Pernambuco, nordeste do Brasil. O girino apresenta braço labial no disco oral. A presença dessa estrutura associa claramente essa espécie ao grupo de Scinax rostratus. A identificação do girino anteriormente atribuído a Scinax nebulosus é considerada errônea e com base na literatura é feita a comparação com os demais girinos conhecidos do grupo.

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“…Furthermore, tadpoles of S. ruberoculatus sp. nov. differ from tadpoles of S. boulengeri , S. garbei , S. nebulosus , S. pedromedinae , S. rostratus , S. sugillatus by the absence of labial arm and by presence of dark brown blotch on the distal portion of the tail (labial arm present, blotch on the distal portion of the tail absent; Duellman, 1978 ; McDiarmid & Altig, 1990 ; Hero & Mijares-Urrutia, 1995 ; Duellman, 2005 ; Gomes, Alves & Peixoto, 2014 ).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Furthermore, tadpoles of S. ruberoculatus sp. nov. differ from tadpoles of S. boulengeri , S. garbei , S. nebulosus , S. pedromedinae , S. rostratus , S. sugillatus by the absence of labial arm and by presence of dark brown blotch on the distal portion of the tail (labial arm present, blotch on the distal portion of the tail absent; Duellman, 1978 ; McDiarmid & Altig, 1990 ; Hero & Mijares-Urrutia, 1995 ; Duellman, 2005 ; Gomes, Alves & Peixoto, 2014 ).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, tadpoles of S. onca sp. n. differ from those of S. garbei , S. nebulosus , S. pedromedinae , and S. rostratus by the absence of labial arm (labial arm present; Duellman 1978, Hero and Mijares-Urrutia 1995, Duellman 2005, Gomes et al 2014). …”
Section: Taxonomymentioning
confidence: 96%
“…2, as S. nebulosus , and S. proboscideus ); Sandoval (2000: tadpole of S. acuminatus ); Costa et al (2004: spermatozoid of S. constrictus , as S. rostratus ); Lima et al (2005: vocalization of S. constrictus ); Duellman (2005: tadpole and vocalization of S. pedromedinae ; natural history and vocalization of Scinax sp. 7, as S. garbei ); Prado et al (2005: reproductive biology of S. acuminatus ); Lima et al (2006: natural history of populations identified as S. garbei from the outskirts of Manaus, Brazil; it is unclear if it corresponds with one of the lineages identified here); Vera Candioti (2007: tadpole of S. boulengeri from Panama; it is unclear if it corresponds with one of the lineages identified here); Magrini et al (2011: vocalizations of S. acuminatus ); Gomes et al (2014: tadpole likely of Scinax sp. 5, as S. nebulosus ); Targueta et al (2018: karyotype of S. constrictus ); Santos et al (2019: tadpole of S. constrictus ); Schiesari et al (2022: tadpole identified as S. garbei from Central Amazonia; it is unclear if it corresponds with one of the lineages identified here).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 85%
“…Scinax constrictus is represented by specimens from Goianópolis and Palmeiras, Goiás (the latter is the type locality; Lima et al, 2005), and Barra do Garças, Mato Grosso, Central Brazil. The tadpole of S. nebulosus was described based on individuals from Cabo de Santo Agostinho, Pernambuco, Brazil (Gomes et al, 2014), and therefore could belong to Scinax sp. 5.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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