Contributions to the herpetology of Guatemala

Abronia gaiophantasma
Endangered Abronia gaiophantasma at a new site for the species: Montaña Yalijux, Alta Verapaz.

PROEVAL RAXMU Bird Monitoring Program contributes to the herpetology of Guatemala. Noteworthy findings have been published here:

  • Eisermann, K. (2017) A new locality and elevational range extension for Rhinophrynus dorsalis Duméril & Bibron, 1841 (Anura: Rhinophrynidae), and a noteworthy record for Hypopachus variolosus (Cope, 1866) (Anura: Microhylidae) in Guatemala. Mesoamerican Herpetology 4: 688-692.
  • Eisermann, K. & M. Acevedo (2016) A new locality for the Endangered Abronia gaiophantasma Campbell and Frost, 1993 (Squamata: Anguidae) in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, with notes on morphology. Mesoamerican Herpetology 3: 1085-1089.
  • Eisermann, K., C. Avendaño, E. Matías & M. Acevedo (2016) Elevational range extension and a new habitat for Thamnophis fulvus (Bocourt, 1893) (Squamata: Natricidae). Mesoamerican Herpetology 3: 1094-1097.
Thamnophis fulvus
Thamnophis fulvus at 3710 m at Sierra de los Cuchumatanes.
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