Cochran Frog   FROG
 
 
Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Colombia, Ecuador, Peru


Species/Common Names:
Nymphargus anomalus
Cochranella anomala
Nymphargus anomala
Napo Cochran Frog
Nymphargus armatus
Cochranella armata
Nymphargus cochranae
Cochranella cochranae
Nymphargus garciae
Cochranella garciae
Nymphargus griffithsi
Cochranella griffithsi
Ecuador Cochran Frog
Nymphargus ignotus
Cochranella ignota
Lynch's Cochran Frog
Nymphargus laurae
Nymphargus luminosus
Cochranella luminosa
Nymphargus luminosa
Nymphargus megacheirus
Cochranella megacheira
Santa Rosa Cochran Frog
Nymphargus posadae
Cochranella posadae
Nymphargus prasinus
Cochranella prasina
Rio Calima Cochran Frog
Nymphargus rosada
Cochranella rosada
Nymphargus ruizi
Cochranella ruizi
Ruiz's Cochran Frog
Nymphargus siren
Cochranella siren
Rio Coca Cochran Frog
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Copyright Notice: This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Nymphargus".

Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Nymphargus anomalusCR-IUCN2004Ecuador
2. Nymphargus armatusVU-IUCN2004Colombia
3. Nymphargus cochranaeVU-IUCN2004Ecuador
4. Nymphargus garciaeVU-IUCN2004Colombia
5. Nymphargus griffithsiVU-IUCN2004Colombia, Ecuador
6. Nymphargus ignotusNT-IUCN2004Colombia
7. Nymphargus lauraeCR-IUCN2008Ecuador
8. Nymphargus luminosusEN-IUCN2004Colombia
9. Nymphargus megacheirusEN-IUCN2004Colombia, Ecuador
10. Nymphargus posadaeVU-IUCN2008Colombia, Ecuador
11. Nymphargus prasinusVU-IUCN2004Colombia
12. Nymphargus rosadaVU-IUCN2004Colombia
13. Nymphargus ruiziVU-IUCN2004Colombia
14. Nymphargus sirenVU-IUCN2004Colombia, Ecuador, Peru

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