Kaplan suggested that Dendropsophus minutus is a complex of species. The general diagnosis is: head short, snout rounded; dorsum orange, brown or tan, usually with a pair of dorso-lateral stripes that can be simple or elaborate. Belly whitish. Throat yellow in males and white in females. Coloured thighs, mainly in the females. Tympanum indistinct Cei ; Kwet ; Bastos
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Enscapsulated third-stage nematode larvae collected from the abdominal cavity of the Trinidadian hylid frog Hyla minuta are referred to the rare anisakid genus Brevimulticaecum. These are the first specimens of Brevimulticaecum from a tropical frog, and their presence may reflect the importance of amphibians as intermediate or paratenic hosts of reptilian parasites.
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Brevimulticaecum Sp. Larvae (Nematoda: Anisakidae) From the Frog Hyla Minuta Peters in Trinidad