Palmipes

Palmipes

An ancient Roman unit of length approximately equivalent to 370 millimeters.
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The most abundant species were Ptichodes basilans, with 87 specimens (25.2%), Leucania jaliscana and Spodoptera frugiperda, each with 28 (8.1%) specimens and Argidia palmipes, with 21 specimens captured (6.1%) (Table 1).
Lithobates palmipes (Spix, 1824) 0-1000 Familia Strabomantidae 347.
(N) Rana palmipes Neohaematoloechus helibravoae * (D) Rana pipiens Cephalogonimus americanus (D) Glypthelmins facioi * (D) Megalodiscus temperatus (D) Pseudosonsinotrema chabaudi * (D) Rana vaillanti Haematoloechus meridionalis * (D) Halipegus eschi * (D) Rana warchewitschii Langeronia provitellaria (D) Rana sp.
FAMILIA ESPECIE Bufonidae Rhinella granulosa (Spix, 1824) Rhinella marina (Linnaeus, 1758) Hylidae Dendropsophus microcephalus (Cope, 1886) (*) (+) Hypsiboas pugnax (Schmidt, 1857) (*) (+) Scarthyla vigilans (Solano, 1971) (+) Scinax ruber (Laurenti, 1768) (*) (+) Leiuperidae Engystomops pustulosus (Cope, 1864) (*) (+) Leptodactylidae Leptodactylus insularum Barbour, 1906 (*) (+) Leptodactylus poecilochilus (Cope, 1862) (+) Ranidae Lithobates palmipes (Spix, 1824) (*) (+) Caeciliidae Typhlonectes natans (Fischer in Peters, 1880 "1879")