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  • Guide to Amphibians of Nayarit, Mxico Jess A. Loc-Barragn1, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo2 and Guillermo A. Woolrich-Pia3

    1Universidad Autnoma de Nayarit, 2Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, 3Instituto Tecnolgico Superior de Zacapoaxtla, Puebla

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    Photos by: Jess Loc-Barragn, Guillermo Woolrich-Pia, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo, Christoph I. Grnwald. Produced by: Jess Loc-Barragan, Thanks to Christoph I. Grnwald for the support of photograph 36. All rights reserved to the authors [[email protected]] and [[email protected]]. (M) Male, (F) Female, (Juv.) Juvenile, (L) Larvae and (E) Eggs. [fieldguides.fieldmuseum.org] [784] version 1 06/2016

    1 Anaxyrus kelloggi (Juv.) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    2 Anaxyrus kelloggi Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 3 Incilius marmoreus (Juv.) (F) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo 4 Incilius marmoreus (F) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE

    5 Incilius marmoreus (M) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    6 Incilius mazatlanensis (F) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    7 Incilius mazatlanensis (M) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    8 Incilius occidentalis (E) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE

    9 Incilius occidentalis (Juv.) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    10 Incilius occidentalis Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    11 Rhinella marina (Juv.) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    12 Rhinella marina Photo: Guillermo Woolrich-Pia

    BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE BUFONIDAE

    13 Craugastor augusti (Juv.) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    14 Craugastor augusti (Juv.) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    15 Craugastor augusti Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    16 Craugastor occidentalis (Juv.) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    CRAUGASTORIDAE CRAUGASTORIDAE CRAUGASTORIDAE CRAUGASTORIDAE

    17 Craugastor occidentalis Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    18 Craugastor pygmaeus Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    19 Craugastor vocalis Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    20 Agalychnis dacnicolor (E) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    CRAUGASTORIDAE CRAUGASTORIDAE CRAUGASTORIDAE HYLIDAE

  • Guide to Amphibians of Nayarit, Mxico Jess A. Loc-Barragn1, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo2 and Guillermo A. Woolrich-Pia3

    1Universidad Autnoma de Nayarit, 2Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, 3Instituto Tecnolgico Superior de Zacapoaxtla, Puebla

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    Photos by: Jess Loc-Barragn, Guillermo Woolrich-Pia, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo, Christoph I. Grnwald. Produced by: Jess Loc-Barragan, Thanks to Christoph I. Grnwald for the support of photograph 36. All rights reserved to the authors [[email protected]] and [[email protected]]. (M) Male, (F) Female, (Juv.) Juvenile, (L) Larvae and (E) Eggs. [fieldguides.fieldmuseum.org] [784] version 1 06/2016

    21 Agalychnis dacnicolor (Juv.)

    Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 22 Agalychnis dacnicolor

    Photo: Guillermo Woolrich-Pia 23 Diaglena spatulata Photo: Guillermo Woolrich-Pia 24 Exerodonta smaragdina Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo HYLIDAE HYLIDAE HYLIDAE HYLIDAE

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    Dryophytes arenicolor Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    26 Dryophytes eximia Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    27 Plectrohyla cf. bistincta Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo 28 Smilisca baudinii Photo: Guillermo Woolrich-Pia

    HYLIDAE HYLIDAE HYLIDAE HYLIDAE

    29 Smilisca fodiens Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 30 Tlalocohyla smithii Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 31 Trachycephalus tyhponius Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo 32 Eleutherodactylus nitidus Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    HYLIDAE HYLIDAE HYLIDAE ELEUTHERODACTYLIDAE

    33 Eleutherodactylus pallidus Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn :

    34 Eleutherodactylus teretistes Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    35 Leptodactylus melanonotus (Juv.) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 36 Gastrophryne mazatlanensis Photo: Christoph I. Grnwald

    ELEUTHERODACTYLIDAE ELEUTHERODACTYLIDAE LEPTODACTYLIDAE MICROHYLIDAE

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    Hypopachus ustus Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    38 Hypopachus variolosus Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

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    Lithobates catesbeianus Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    40 Lithobates forreri Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    MICROHYLIDAE MICROHYLIDAE RANIDAE RANIDAE

  • Guide to Amphibians of Nayarit, Mxico Jess A. Loc-Barragn1, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo2 and Guillermo A. Woolrich-Pia3

    1Universidad Autnoma de Nayarit, 2Universidad de Guadalajara, Jalisco, 3Instituto Tecnolgico Superior de Zacapoaxtla, Puebla

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    Photos by: Jess Loc-Barragn, Guillermo Woolrich-Pia, Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo, Christoph I. Grnwald. Produced by: Jess Loc-Barragan, Thanks to Christoph I. Grnwald for the support of photograph 36. All rights reserved to the authors [[email protected]] and [[email protected]]. (M) Male, (F) Female, (Juv.) Juvenile, (L) Larvae and (E) Eggs. [fieldguides.fieldmuseum.org] [784] version 1 06/2016

    41 Lithobates magnaocularis (L) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    42 Lithobates magnaocularis (Juv.) Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    43 Lithobates magnaocularis Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    44 Lithobates megapoda Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    RANIDAE RANIDAE RANIDAE RANIDAE

    45 Lithobates psilonota Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    46 Lithobates pustulosus

    Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 47 Scaphiopus couchii (Juv.)

    Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn 48 Scaphiopus couchii Photo: Jess Loc-Barragn

    RANIDAE RANIDAE SCAPHIOPODIDAE SCAPHIOPODIDAE

    49 Spea multiplicata Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    50 Ambystoma rosaceum (L) Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    51 Ambystoma rosaceum Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo

    52 Isthmura bellii

    Photo: Ivn Ahumada-Carrillo SCAPHIOPODIDAE AMBYSTOMATIDAE AMBYSTOMATIDAE PLETHODONTIDAE

    English: This is the first field guide to the amphibians of Nayarit, intended to help with their identification. It serves as a tool for those interested in the state's herpetofauna, and highlights the importance of recognizing species that are vulnerable or at risk. It is worth noting that no amphibian in the state of Nayarit is poisonous. Spanish: Esta es la primera gua de anfibios de Nayarit para ayudar a identificar, sirviendo como herramienta para todos aquellos interesados en la fauna silvestre de herpetozoos, resaltando la importancia en conocer aquellas especies que representan algn estatus de riesgo. Tomando en cuenta que para el estado ninguna especie de anfibio presenta veneno.