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Dischidodactylus (Mount Duida frogs)

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Dischidodactylus is a genus of craugastorid frogs. They are endemic to tepuis in southern Venezuela. The name is derived from the Greek dischidos, meaning divided, and dactylos, meaning finger or toe, in reference to the divided ungual flap (see below). Common name Mount Duida frogs has been coined for the genus.
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