Rhinella horribilis ( Wiegmann, 1833 )

Restrepo, Adriana, Molina-Zuluaga, Claudia, Hurtado, Juan P., Marín, Carlos M. & Daza, Juan M., 2017, Amphibians and reptiles from two localities in the northern Andes of Colombia, Check List 13 (4), pp. 203-237: 205

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.15560/13.4.203

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03D887BE-FF1E-FF8C-1877-FAF5FBBE847A

treatment provided by

Marcus

scientific name

Rhinella horribilis ( Wiegmann, 1833 )
status

 

Rhinella horribilis ( Wiegmann, 1833)   : Figure 2C

Bufo horribilis Wiegmann 1833: 654   .

Bufo marinus   — Peters 1873: 618.

Rhinella horribilis   — Acevedo et al. 2016: 584.

Material examined. Table 1.

Recently, Acevedo et al. (2016) proposed that popu- lations of Rhinella marina ( Linnaeus, 1758)   distributed west of the Andean cordilleras should be considered a different species from the eastern populations. There- fore, the eastern populations should maintain the name R. marina   and R. horribilis   should be revalidated for the western populations. According to this concept, the Magdalena river valley populations correspond to R. horribilis ( Wiegmann, 1833)   .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Amphibia

Order

Anura

Family

Bufonidae

Genus

Rhinella

Loc

Rhinella horribilis ( Wiegmann, 1833 )

Restrepo, Adriana, Molina-Zuluaga, Claudia, Hurtado, Juan P., Marín, Carlos M. & Daza, Juan M. 2017
2017
Loc

Rhinella horribilis

Acevedo AA & Lampo M & Cipriani R 2016: 584
2016
Loc

Bufo marinus

Peters WCH 1873: 618
1873
Loc

Bufo horribilis

Wiegmann AF 1833: 654
1833