Silverstone’s Poison Frog

Silverstone's Poison Frog

There is interpopulational variation in the color pattern of the Silverstone’s poison frog, and perhaps also in the ontogenetic development of the pattern.

There is interpopulational variation in the color pattern of the Silverstone’s poison frog, and perhaps also in the ontogenetic development of the pattern. Geographic variation is likely to be extensive if the species proves to occupy a large range in the montane forest of Cordillera Azul.


Image | ©️ Tiffany Kosch, All Rights Reserved
Sources | (Myers & Daly, 1979)

 

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