Underwater acoustic communication in the macrophagic carnivorous larvae of Ceratophrys ornata (Anura: Ceratophryidae)
Challenging Wallacean and Linnean shortfalls: knowledge gradients and conservation planning in a biodiversity hotspot
Neotropical diversification: the effects of a complex history on diversity within the poison frog genus Dendrobates
A new species of the Scinax catharinae species group (Anura: Hylidae) from Minas Gerais, southeastern Brazil
The first known monogamous amphibian species, based on genetic data, is Dendrobates imitator (Brown et al. 2010) as reported in a paper in the April issue of American Naturalist.
From the AmphibiaWeb site
A team of American and Ecuadorian scientists, working for the nonprofit organization Reptile and Amphibian Ecology International, has discovered an estimated 30 new species of rain frogs (genus Pristimantis) at a site in coastal Ecuador. Nearly half of the new species come from a small cloudforest patch on Cerro Pata de Pájaro. Cloudforests and surrounding rainforest usually contain high biodiversity and are under threat from both logging and climate change. For more Ecuadorian amphibians also see QCAZ's site AmphibiaWeb Ecuador (en Español).