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3- Anomaloglossus degranvillei - Degranville's rocket frog :

Lescure, 1975 



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Anomaloglossus degranvillei (common name: Degranville's rocket frog) is a species of frog in the Aromobatidae family. It is known from French Guiana but is likely to occur also in Suriname and Brazil, and possibly in Guyana.[3] It is named in honour of Jean-Jacques de Granville, a botanist from French Guiana.[2]

Anomaloglossus degranvillei

Conservation status :



Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1]

Scientific classification :







Species:A. degranvillei

Binomial name :

Anomaloglossus degranvillei
(Lescure, 1975)

Synonyms :

Colostethus degranvillei Lescure, 1975[2]

Description :


Anomaloglossus degranvillei are small frogs: their snout–vent length is about 14–20.5 mm (0.55–0.81 in). Their ventral colouration is black brown with white spots.[2]Male frogs carry tadpoles on their back where they complete their development; tadpoles do not feed.[1][4]


Habitat and conservation :


Anomaloglossus degranvillei inhabit edges of rocky streams.[1] They are not found where streams cross swampy or sandy terrain. They are diurnal and appear to be territorial.[2] The species is not considered threatened in its habitat.[1]

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Anomaloglossus degranvillei 

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Aromobatidae :

 South America Dart Frogs -  Species 


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