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Hylidae (New World tree frogs)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Hylidae are a wide-ranging family of frogs commonly referred to as "tree frogs and their allies". However, the hylids include a diversity of frog species, many of which do not live in trees, but are terrestrial or semiaquatic.
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Genus

Acris (cricket frogs) (3)
Agalychnis (Tree frog) (5)   (2)
Anotheca (Tree frog) (1)
Aparasphenodon (Tree frog) (3)
Aplastodiscus (Tree frog) (15)
Argenteohyla (Tree frog) (1)   (1)
Bokermannohyla (27)   (1)
Bromeliohyla (2)   (1)
Charadrahyla (5)   (3)
Corythomantis (Tree frog) (1)
Cruziohyla (2)
Dendropsophus (91)   (3)
Diaglena (Tree frog) (1)
Duellmanohyla (Frog) (8)   (6)
Ecnomiohyla (11)   (7)
Exerodonta (11)   (3)
Hyla (treefrogs) (41)   (3)
Hylomantis (Tree frog) (8)   (1)
Hyloscirtus (Tree frog) (30)   (10)
Hypsiboas (81)   (1)
Isthmohyla (15)   (8)
Itapotihyla (1)
Litoria (Tree frog) (189)   (13)   (1)
Megastomatohyla (4)   (4)
Myersiohyla (4)
Nyctimantis (Tree frog) (1)
Osteocephalus (Tree frog) (20)
Osteopilus (West Indian treefrogs) (8)   (3)   (1)
Pachymedusa (Tree frog) (1)
Phasmahyla (Tree frog) (6)
Phrynomedusa (Tree frog) (5)
Phyllodytes (Tree frog) (12)   (1)
Phyllomedusa (Waxy tree frog) (32)   (3)
Plectrohyla (Tree frog) (42)   (37)
Pseudacris (chorus frogs) (18)
Pseudis (Frog) (11)
Ptychohyla (Tree frog) (13)   (9)
Scarthyla (Tree frog) (2)
Scinax (Tree frog) (96)   (4)   (2)
Smilisca (smiliscas) (8)   (1)
Sphaenorhynchus (lime treefrogs) (12)
Tepuihyla (Tree frog) (8)
Tlalocohyla (4)
Trachycephalus (Casque-headed Treefrogs) (12)
Triprion (Tree frog) (1)
Xenohyla (Tree frog) (2)

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