Definition of Eleutherodactylus
1. Noun. Completely terrestrial robber frogs.
Generic synonyms: Amphibian Genus
Group relationships: Family Leptodactylidae, Leptodactylidae
Member holonyms: Robber Frog
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eleutherodactylus
Literary usage of Eleutherodactylus
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1. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington by Biological Society of Washington (1915)
"eleutherodactylus lentus (Cope). Up to 1914 I had not been able to satisfy myself of the certainty of the occurrence of this species upon St. Croix, ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1921)
"eleutherodactylus montanus Schmidt This species appears to be confined to the mountains of the Cibao. It does not appear to be closely related to any other ..."
3. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1868)
"105 A New Frog of the Genus eleutherodactylus from Western Panama JOHN D. LYNCH School of Life Sciences The University of Nebraska Lincoln, Nebraska 68588 ..."
4. A Check List of North American Amphibians and Reptiles by Leonhard Stejneger, Thomas Barbour (1917)
"LEPTODACTYLIDAE (FAMILY) eleutherodactylus (GENUS) DUMERIL and BIBRON, Erp. Gen., Vol. 8, 1841, p. 620 TYPE: martinicensis eleutherodactylus latrans (COPE) ..."
5. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Entomological Section (1915)
"... well known to all who have worked Porto Rico zoologically. It was Dr. Bello Espinosa who, in 1871, first discovered that the genus eleutherodactylus ..."
6. The Bahama Islands by George Burbank Shattuck, Geographical Society of Baltimore (1905)
"The three other species occur in Cuba as well as in the Bahamas, and one even in Haiti. On the other hand, two of these, eleutherodactylus ..."