Aromobates spp. 
 
 
Also Called:
Colostethus spp., Nephelobates spp.
Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Venezuela


Species/Common Names:
Aromobates alboguttatus
Whitebelly Rocket Frog
Aromobates duranti
Skunk Frog
Aromobates haydeeae
Aromobates leopardalis
Aromobates mayorgai
Mayorga Rocket Frog
Aromobates meridensis
Aromobates molinarii
Aromobates nocturnus
Skunk Frog
Aromobates orostoma
Aromobates saltuensis
Salty Rocket Frog
Aromobates serranus
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Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered

  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Aromobates alboguttatusEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
2. Aromobates durantiEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
3. Aromobates haydeeaeEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
4. Aromobates leopardalisCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
5. Aromobates mayorgaiEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
6. Aromobates meridensisCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
7. Aromobates molinariiEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
8. Aromobates nocturnusCR-IUCN2006Venezuela
9. Aromobates orostomaCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
10. Aromobates saltuensisCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
11. Aromobates serranusEN-IUCN2004Venezuela

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