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79(1), 1980, pp. 13-19
A New Frog of the Genus Eleutherodactylus
(Leptodactylidae) from the Monteverde
Forest Preserve, Costa Rica
Jay M. Savage
Abstract. — A new frog of the genus Eleutherodactylus (Leptodactylidae) from
the Monteverde Forest Preserve, Costa Rica by Jay M. Savage, Bull. Southern
California Acad. Sci., 79(1): 13-19, 1980. Eleutherodactylus cuaquero from the
Monteverde Forest Reserve in the Cordillera de Tilaran, Costa Rica, is described
as new. The species appears to be closely allied to El. andi of central montane
slopes of Costa Rica. Both forms appear to be members of the fitzingeri species
group. El. cuaquero is unique in the family Leptodactylidae in the condition of
the jaw muscles with three major slips to the depressor and only an externus
adductor (formula: DFSQAT + e).