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Martha Patricia Ramírez Pinilla, Mariela Osorno-Muñoz, Jose Vicente Rueda, Adolfo Amézquita, María Cristina Ardila-Robayo Dendropsophus labialis. Reference for: Hyla labialis. Source: Amphibian Species of the World: an Online Reference v, database (version ). Acquired: Notes: Frost, Darrel R. We carried out a mark-recapture study of a highland population of the frog Hyla labialis, and assessed some demographic and behavioral consequences of our.

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Oecologia, Amphibia-Reptilia24 The larval metamorphic development comprised from the cul: Copeia, Amphibia-Reptilia22 Association between breeding lahialis and male body condition in Hyla labialis.

The case of the Andean frog Hyla labialis. Abstract To identify behavioural mechanisms and determine their influence on the mating pattern in a population of Hyla labialis, we integrated sampling results from the field with results from manipulated laboratory observations. Terms and Conditions Privacy Statement. Mating pattern and hatching success in a population of the Andean frog Hyla labialis.

We found no support for a large-male mating advantage based on male-male competition in shaping mating pattern. Are tropical highland frog calls cold-adapted? Publishing contents in this journal does not labiaalis royalties for contributors.

Universitas Scientiarum1 1lavialis Despite a significant negative correlation between male body size and dominant frequency of the advertisement calls, providing acoustic cues for females to discriminate among males, it seems that female mate choice leading to size-assortative mating is based only partially on call characteristics.

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Herpetologica55 Larger females laid larger egg clutches, but larger males did not fertilise more eggs. Members of naturally occurring mated pairs had body sizes representative of the entire population, and revealed a size-assortative mating pattern.

Biotropica34 This means the journal and Pontificia Universidad Javeriana cannot be held responsible for any ethical malpractice by the authors. Diving behaviour of the Andean frog Hyla labialis.

This trend also appeared in the laboratory, when a gravid female had the opportunity to choose labiwlis two males of different body sizes. Variation and trade-off in reproductive output of the Andean frog Hyla labialis.

However, the clutches of females clasped by proportionately larger males led to a higher percentage of hatchlings, suggesting that size-assortative mating improves fertilisation rate through cloacal apposition during spawning.

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Variation in mating pattern in a population of the Andean frog Hyla labialis.

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Librarian administrators click here. To identify behavioural mechanisms and determine their influence on the mating pattern in a population of Hyla labialis, we integrated sampling results from the field with results from manipulated laboratory observations. Vol 1 No 1 Enter your access token to activate and access content online.