Allobates spp. 
 
 

Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Martinique - West Indies, Venezuela
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Allobates chalcopisVU-IUCN2004Martinique - West Indies
2. Allobates humilisVU-IUCN2004Venezuela
3. Allobates juaniiCR-IUCN2004Colombia
4. Allobates kingsburyiEN-IUCN2004Ecuador
5. Allobates mandelorumEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
6. Allobates mcdiarmidiNT-IUCN2004Bolivia
7. Allobates olfersioidesVU-IUCN2008Brazil
8. Allobates ranoidesEN-IUCN2004Colombia
9. Allobates subfolionidificansVU-IUCN2008Brazil
10. Allobates wayuuVU-IUCN2004Colombia


Species/Common Names:
Allobates chalcopis
Martinique Volcano Frog
Colostethus chalcopis
Allobates humilis
Bocono Rocket Frog
Colostethus humilis
Allobates juanii
Colostethus juanii
Allobates kingsburyi
Colostethus kingsburyi
Allobates mandelorum
Colostethus mandelorum
Allobates mcdiarmidi
McDiarmid's Rocket Frog
Colostethus mcdiarmidi
Allobates olfersioides
Rio Rocket Frog
Eupemphix olfersioides
Phyllobates alagoanus
Phyllobates capixaba
Phyllobates carioca
Allobates ranoides
Colostethus ranoides
Allobates subfolionidificans
Allobates wayuu
Colostethus wayuu

Facts Summary:
Allobates is a genus of amphibians of concern and found in the following area(s): Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Martinique - West Indies, Venezuela.


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