Atelognathus spp. 
 
 

Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Argentina, Chile
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Atelognathus jeinimenensisNT-IUCN2006Chile
2. Atelognathus nitoiVU-IUCN2004Argentina
3. Atelognathus patagonicusEN-IUCN2004Argentina
4. Atelognathus praebasalticusEN-IUCN2004Argentina
5. Atelognathus reverberiiEN-IUCN2004Argentina
6. Atelognathus salaiVU-IUCN2004Argentina
7. Atelognathus solitariusVU-IUCN2004Argentina


Species/Common Names:
Atelognathus jeinimenensis
Atelognathus nitoi
Rio Negro Frog
Atelognathus patagonicus
Atelognathus praebasalticus
Atelognathus reverberii
Atelognathus salai
Portezuelo Frog
Atelognathus solitarius
Las Bayas Frog

Facts Summary:
Atelognathus is a genus of amphibians of concern and found in the following area(s): Argentina, Chile.


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