Synonyms for acutirostris or Related words with acutirostris
Examples of "acutirostris"
There are no recognized subspecies of "C.
is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae.
" can be locally common and is caught in local fisheries.
is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus "Labeobarbus".
is a species of frog in the Phrynobatrachidae family.
The marsh antwren ("Stymphalornis
") was discovered in the APA in 1995.
" is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
is a species of frog in the family Rhacophoridae.
Hume's short-toed lark ("Calandrella
") is a species of lark in the family Alaudidae.
Tschudi's tapaculo ("Scytalopus
") is a species of bird in the Rhinocryptidae family.
is a species of toad in the family Bufonidae.
is a species of frog in the Hyperoliidae family.
" occurs in the warmer waters of the western Atlantic from Bermuda, the northwestern Gulf of Mexico south to Brazil. The distribution is apparently disjunct with few reports of "M.
" from the Caribbean or north-eastern Brazil. There have been reports of this species under the synonym "Serranus
" from the Canary Islands but this is more likely to be a misidentification of "Mycteroperca fusca".
(common rain frog or strawberry rain frog) is a species of frog in the family Brevicipitidae.
, the Pointed dragonet, is a species of dragonet native to the Pacific Ocean around the Philippines.
Protected species include cougar ("Puma concolor"), red-tailed amazon ("Amazona brasiliensis"), restinga tyrannulet ("Phylloscartes kronei"), marsh antwren ("Stymphalornis
") and fasciated tiger heron ("Tigrisoma fasciatum").
The Sharp Snouted Day Frog or Sharp-nosed Torrent Frog (Taudactylus
) is a species of frog in the Myobatrachidae family.
, commonly known as the Sharpnose tongue sole is a species of tonguefish. It is commonly found in sandy waters of the western Indian Ocean, particularly the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
The South American snapping turtle ("Chelydra
") is a species of turtle in the family Chelydridae. This species, which is endemic to South America, was previously considered a subspecies of "Chelydra serpentina".
Currently, no subspecies of the common snapping turtle are recognized. The former subspecies "osceola" is currently considered a synonym of "serpentina", while the other former subspecies "Chelydra rossignonii" and "Chelydra
" are both recognized as full species.
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