Plectrohyla hartwegi – field notes from Coban

Plectrohyla hartwegi

This treefrog is critically endangered and is known from a disjunct distribution in the highlands of Guatemala and Mexico. This record is possibly the first record from the department of Alta Verapaz and represents a significant range extension.

– cheers Rowland

Published : 17th June 2015

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  1. this little ones eyes are astonishing! Rowland, how big is it? Its difficult to tell in the photo…..

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