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“…The number of contributions increased gradually during the early 1980s, but is clearly biased to only a few localities. Two sites were subject to a higher sampling effort, through short or long term studies, and, not surprisingly, are the type-localities of most anuran species described from specimens collected in the state: Linhares and Santa Teresa (Wied-Neuwied 1824;Bokermann 1952Bokermann , 1966b1967;Izecksohn and Cruz 1976;Cruz 1980;Izecksohn and Peixoto 1981;Cruz and Peixoto 1982;Peixoto 1982;Heyer 1984;Weygoldt and Peixoto 1985;Cruz and Peixoto 1985;Peixoto and Weygoldt 1987;Izecksohn 1988;Heyer and Wolf 1989;Izecksohn 1993;Bastos and Pombal 1996;Peixoto 2002;Napoli 2005;Cruz et al 2005;Almeida and Angulo 2006;Pombal and Gasparini 2006). New species are still described on a regular basis, even in intensively sampled areas (Pombal et al 2003;Napoli 2005;Cruz et al 2005;Almeida and Angulo 2006;Pombal and Gasparini 2006;Caramaschi et al 2009;Izecksohn et al 2009;Canedo and Pimenta 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…berthalutzae foi registrada somente por sua vocalização, oriunda de um aglomerado de bromélias na Arie Morro do Iririú, sem que o indivíduo fosse localizado. Na região podem ocorrer duas espécies de gênero: D. berthalutzae, associada às áreas florestadas de encosta, onde utiliza bromélias como sítio reprodutivo, e D. leucomystax, com ocorrência associada a áreas de terras baixas, onde usa poças no solo para a reprodução (IZECKSOHN, 1993). Pelo fato de o registro ter ocorrido no local supostamente relacionado a D. berthalutzae, acredita-se que essa seja a espécie registrada, porém há necessidade do registro visual e coleta de indivíduos para a confirmação da identificação.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…Most species occur in steep rainforest habitats associated with hills or mountain ridges, which imposes logistical constrains on sampling. Additionally, some nominal species of Atlantic Forest Dendrophryniscus also show intraspecific morphological variation that might as well be attributed to unrecognized species (Izecksohn 1993).…”
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“…Recent phylogenetic studies recognized Dendrophryniscus Jiménez de la Espada 1871, also referred to as tree toads, as one of such basal bufonid lineage (Pramuk et al 2008;Van Bocxlaer et al 2010). These are small (18.0-28.0 mm SVL) forestial leaf-litter toads breeding in ponds, or in phytotelmata, where at least D. brevipollicatus and D. carvalhoi have been reported to breed (Carvalho 1949;Izecksohn & Cruz 1972;Izecksohn 1993;Pombal & Gordo 2004;Haddad & Prado 2005). Eight species are currently recognized within the genus: the Amazonian species D. minutus Melin 1941 andD.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…300 m) and a male from Alto Palmeiras, municipality of Rio dos Cedros, state of Santa Catarina, Brazil (26º44' S, 49º16' W; ca. 80 m) (Izecksohn 1994…”
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