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Scientific name for "Amazon milk frog" - HELP


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Posted by snap_dragon on October 07, 2002 at 15:06:39:

I"m trying to find the correct taxonomic classification for an 'amazon milk frog' purchased last year. It is a tree frog about 1.2" i length and supposedly grows to just under 2"; the coloration is dark grey (almost black) blotches on a light grey background in a large pattern - the same colors are repeated (only in smaller blothes) on the legs. Its eyes have pale yellow irises with a cross-shaped pattern around the pupil.
I was told that its scientific name is phrynohoyas resnisictrix, but I'm almost certain that the spelling is way off. Sorry there's no pic to go along with it - CAn anyone help?
thanks. -snapdragon


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