Harman Patil

Canebrake tree frogs

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Kingdom  Animalia
Scientific name  Aplastodiscus
Rank  Genus
Family  Hylidae
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Frog
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Lower classifications  Aplastodiscus perviridis, Aplastodiscus leucopygius, Bocaina tree frog, Aplastodiscus cochranae, Aplastodiscus arildae

The canebrake tree frogs comprise the Aplastodiscus genus of frogs in the Hylidae family, and are found in southern Brazil and Argentina. This genus contained only two species until recently, when a major revision of the Hylidae family moved an additional 12 species to this genus from the Hyla genus.[1]


  • Aplastodiscus albofrenatus (A. Lutz, 1924)
  • Aplastodiscus albosignatus (A. Lutz and B. Lutz, 1938)
  • Aplastodiscus arildae (Cruz and Peixoto, 1987)
  • Aplastodiscus callipygius (Cruz and Peixoto, 1985)
  • Aplastodiscus cavicola (Cruz and Peixoto, 1985)
  • Aplastodiscus cochranae (Mertens, 1952)
  • Aplastodiscus ehrhardti (Müller, 1924)
  • Aplastodiscus flumineus (Cruz and Peixoto, 1985)
  • Aplastodiscus ibirapitanga (Cruz, Pimenta, and Silvano, 2003)
  • Aplastodiscus leucopygius (Cruz and Peixoto, 1985)
  • Aplastodiscus musicus (B. Lutz, 1948)
  • Aplastodiscus perviridis A. Lutz In B. Lutz, 1950
  • Aplastodiscus sibilatus (Cruz, Pimenta, and Silvano, 2003)
  • Aplastodiscus weygoldti (Cruz and Peixoto, 1987)
  • References

    Canebrake tree frogs Wikipedia

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