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ABSTRACT: The amphibian fauna of Brazil is one of the richest in the world, however, there is a lack of information on its diversity and distribution. More studies are necessary to increase our understanding of amphibian ecology, microhabitat choice and use, and distribution of species along an area, thereby facilitating actions for its management and conservation. Herein, we present a list of the amphibians found in one remnant area of Atlantic Forest, at Centro Marista São José das Paineiras and surroundings. Fifty-one amphibian species belonging to twenty-five genera and eleven families were recorded: Anura - Aromobatidae (one species), Brachycephalidae (six species), Bufonidae (three species), Craugastoridae (one species), Cycloramphidae (three species), Hylidae (twenty-four species), Hylodidae (two species), Leptodactylidae (six species), Microhylidae (two species), Odontophrynidae (two species); and Gymnophiona - Siphonopidae (one species). Visits to herpetological collections were responsible for 16 species of the previous list. The most abundant species recorded in the field were Crossodactylus gaudichaudii, Hypsiboas faber, and Ischnocnema parva, whereas the species Chiasmocleis lacrimae was recorded only once.Herpetology Notes 08/2014;
- Herpetology Notes 07/2014; 7(2014):437-441.
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