Alytes 34 is now available and paid-up subscribers will receive it as usual in the mail. The volume presents a variety of subjects, taxonomy, developmental biology and conservation, including three new species from India. The very unique family of Nasikabatrachidae has a new member, Nasikabatrachus bhupathi, dedicated to our lost friend and colleague Dr. S. Bhupathy. Besides, it presents data on rare species from South America, such as Ecnomiohyla salvaje and Craugastor guerreroensis.
You can find the list of papers published below and pdf will be made available for paid-up members soon.
S. Jegath Janini, Karthikeyan Vasudevan, Elizabeth Prendini, Sushil Kumar Dutta & Ramesh K. Aggarwal
Kaushik Deuti, Stéphane Grosjean, Violaine Nicolas, Karthikeyan Vasudevan & Annemarie Ohler
Nomenclatural puzzle in early Xenophrys nomina (Anura, Megophryidae) solved with description of two new species from India (Darjeeling hills and Sikkim)
Chatoan Tesia, Annemarie Ohler & Sabitry Bordoloi
Development of Polypedates megacephalus (Hallowell, 1861) (Anura, Rhacophoridae)
José Mario Salìs, Peter Taylor & Jarek Lopez-Paredes
Confirmation of the occurence of a poorly known species, Ecnomiohyla saklvaje (Anura: Hylidae) from El Cusuco National Park, Honduras
with an updated list of its amphibians species
Notes on distribution, morphological variation, and natural history of the rare frog Craugastor guerreroensis (Anura: Craugastoridae)
Bruno Viertel & Alan Channing
The larva of Schismaderma carens Smith, 1849 (Anura: Bufonidae) ̶ a redescription. Erratum