Bocourt's tree frog
|Bocourt's tree frog|
Hyliola bocourti Mocquard, 1899
Bocourt's tree frog or Bocourt's treefrog (Hyla bocourti) is a species of frog in the Hylidae family endemic to Guatemala and found on the mountains of the southern Alta Verapaz Department and Baja Verapaz Department. It is named after Marie Firmin Bocourt, a French zoologist and artist.
Bocourt's tree frogs have been found in open, grassy meadows flooded during the early part of the rainy season as well as under sheaths of banana plants and in a bromeliad; they appears to tolerate some habitat disturbance. They breed in temporary pools.
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