"Centrolene" medemi

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"Centrolene" medemi"Centrolene" medemi_header_cell_0_0_0
Conservation status"Centrolene" medemi_header_cell_0_1_0
Scientific classification "Centrolene""Centrolene" medemi_header_cell_0_2_0
Kingdom:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_3_0 Animalia"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_3_1
Phylum:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_4_0 Chordata"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_4_1
Class:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_5_0 Amphibia"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_5_1
Order:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_6_0 Anura"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_6_1
Family:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_7_0 Centrolenidae"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_7_1
Genus:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_8_0 "Centrolene""Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_8_1
Species:"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_9_0 "C." medemi"Centrolene" medemi_cell_0_9_1
Binomial name"Centrolene" medemi_header_cell_0_10_0
Synonyms"Centrolene" medemi_header_cell_0_11_0

"Centrolene" medemi is a species of frog in the family Centrolenidae. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_0

The species occurs in the Cordillera Oriental in the Tolima, Caquetá, and Putumayo Departments in Colombia and adjacent Napo in Ecuador. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_1

The generic placement of this species within the subfamily Centroleninae is uncertain (incertae sedis). "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_2

The specific name medemi honors Fred Medem, collector of the holotype. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_3

Common name Medem giant glass frog has been coined for it. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_4

Description "Centrolene" medemi_section_0

Adult males measure 26–31 mm (1.0–1.2 in) and adult females 35–44 mm (1.4–1.7 in) in snout–vent length. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_5

The snout is rounded in dorsal profile and truncated to slightly protruding when viewed laterally. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_6

The tympanum is indistinct and partly covered by the supra-tympanic fold. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_7

The fingers have absent to extensive webbing (from inner to outer fingers). "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_8

The toes are extensively webbed. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_9

The dorsal surfaces of head, body, and limbs are olive green to grayish brown and bear large cream spots. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_10

The ventral parietal peritoneum is white. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_11

Adult males have a large humeral spine. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_12

The pre-pollical spine is not separated from the first finger. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_13

The iris is grayish brown and has dark reticulation. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_14

Habitat and conservation "Centrolene" medemi_section_1

This species lives on streamsides in montane cloud forests at elevations of 790–1,800 m (2,590–5,910 ft) above sea level. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_15

It also occurs in secondary forest, as long as there is good vegetation cover close to streams. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_16

The eggs are laid on leaves overhanging the water. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_17

It is locally common in Colombia, but only one specimen, collected in 1975, is known from Ecuador. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_18

The specific threats are poorly known but probably include habitat loss, introduction alien predatory fishes, and pollution from the spraying of illegal crops. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_19

Chytridiomycosis might also be a threat. "Centrolene" medemi_sentence_20

Credits to the contents of this page go to the authors of the corresponding Wikipedia page: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/"Centrolene" medemi.