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A name for the poison frog of Cordillera Azul, eastern Peru, with notes on its biology and skin toxins (Dendrobatidae). American Museum novitates ; no. 2674

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  title={A name for the poison frog of Cordillera Azul, eastern Peru, with notes on its biology and skin toxins (Dendrobatidae). American Museum novitates ; no. 2674},
  author={Charles W. Myers and John W. Daly},
  year={1979}
}
Dendrobates silverstonei, new species, is a distinctive orange-and-black or red-and-black frog discovered in the 1940s, as a consequence of road construction across the Cordillera Azul on the Amazonian flank of the Peruvian Andes. A colored photograph of a nurse frog, engaged in the dendrobatid trait of tadpole carrying, was widely promulgated in the multilingual editions of Cochran's Living Amphibians of the World, as well as in other popular works. The species is now removed from… 

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