Mannophryne spp. 
 
 

Group:
Amphibians
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Mannophryne caquetioCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
2. Mannophryne collarisEN-IUCN2008Venezuela
3. Mannophryne cordillerianaCR-IUCN2008Venezuela
4. Mannophryne herminaeNT-IUCN2004Venezuela
5. Mannophryne lamarcaiCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
6. Mannophryne leonardoiEN-IUCN2008Venezuela
7. Mannophryne neblinaCR-IUCN2004Venezuela
8. Mannophryne olmonaeCR-IUCN2004Trinidad and Tobago
9. Mannophryne riveroiEN-IUCN2004Venezuela
10. Mannophryne trinitatisVU-IUCN2008Trinidad and Tobago
11. Mannophryne trujillensisEN-IUCN2008Venezuela
12. Mannophryne venezuelensisNT-IUCN2008Venezuela
13. Mannophryne yustiziEN-IUCN2004Venezuela


Species/Common Names:
Mannophryne caquetio
Mannophryne collaris
Collared Poison Frog
Mannophryne cordilleriana
Mannophryne herminae
Hermina's Poison Frog
Mannophryne lamarcai
Mannophryne leonardoi
Mannophryne neblina
Aragua Poison Frog
Mannophryne olmonae
Bloody Bay Poison Frog
Mannophryne riveroi
Rivero's Poison Frog
Mannophryne trinitatis
Yellow-throated Frog
Mannophryne trujillensis
Mannophryne venezuelensis
Mannophryne yustizi
Yacambu Poison Frog

Facts Summary:
Mannophryne is a genus of amphibians of concern and found in the following area(s): Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela.


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