Chromosome evolution in dendropsophini (Amphibia, Anura, Hylinae).

@article{Suarez2013ChromosomeEI,
  title={Chromosome evolution in dendropsophini (Amphibia, Anura, Hylinae).},
  author={Pablo Suarez and Dar{\'i}o Elbio Cardozo and Diego Baldo and Mart{\'i}n O. Pereyra and Juli{\'a}n Faivovich and Victor Goyannes Dill Orrico and G F Catroli and Mauro Grabiele and Paulo S{\'e}rgio Bernarde and Cleusa Yoshiko Nagamachi and C{\'e}lio Fernando Baptista Haddad and Julio Cesar Pieczarka},
  journal={Cytogenetic and genome research},
  year={2013},
  volume={141 4},
  pages={295-308}
}
Dendropsophini is the most species-rich tribe within Hylidae with 234 described species. Although cytogenetic information is sparse, chromosome numbers and morphology have been considered as an important character system for systematic inferences in this group. Using a diversity of standard and molecular techniques, we describe the previously unknown karyotypes of the genera Xenohyla, Scarthyla and Sphaenorhynchus and provide new information on Dendropsophus and Lysapsus. Our results reveal… CONTINUE READING

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