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  • Some of the best-known amphibian species in the region are the poison dart frogs of the family Dendrobatidae.

    Biological diversity in Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena

  • The best-known amphibians from the Tropical Andes are the brightly colored poison dart frogs from the family Dendrobatidae.

    Biological diversity in the Tropical Andes

  • The Caribbean is also a center of amphibian endemism, with all of the roughly 170 native species of amphibians from four families of frogs (the Bufonidae, Dendrobatidae, Hylidae, and Leptodactylidae) endemic to the hotspot.

    Montserrat

  • Several species of frogs (Dendrobatidae) and salamanders that are also endemic.

    Rio Negro-Rio San Sun mangroves

  • Among the amphibians, diversity is notably high among the Hylindae, Dendrobatidae, and Peptodactylidae.

    Guianan moist forests

  • Cochranella and Centrolene genus; three poison dart frogs of the Dendrobatidae family

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  • The potentially new species of amphibians include three glass frogs, so called because their transparent skin can reveal internal organs; three poison dart frogs of the Dendrobatidae family, one harlequin frog; two species of rain frogs, including a spiky-skinned, orange-legged one; and a salamander.

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  • A poisonious frog of the Dendrobatidae family from the Colostethus genus Glass frog of the Nymphargus genus Photo: GETTY

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  • Conservation International Colombia, photo by: Marco Rada Three poison frogs of the Dendrobatidae family, including this one from the Colostethus genus, inhabit the hills of Tacarcuna, a mountainous area of the Darien in the border limit of Colombia with Panama.

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  • Nymphargus, Cochranella and Centrolene genera; three poison dart frogs in the Dendrobatidae family (

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