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Old 09-12-2008, 07:36 PM
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Default Re: Banded Intermedius Variability

Banded imitator are indeed a separate population and they can be found on the south bank of the hualluga river extending an undetermined distance into the Cord. Azul. Immediately on the other side (northbank) of the hualluga you find the imitator people call intermedius. Patterns can be variable on the banded imitator, some are excellent mimics of summersi, with only their call betraying that they are imitator, while others have more "squiggled" or erratic bands. The hualluga is a phenotypical madhouse for imitator, every serious frogger shoud get into the hualluaga canyon atleast once and scratch their heads in wonder... Imitator are distributed throughout the huallaga from the canyon well into the lowlands in Loreto, and there is a lot of variants untill you are into the lowlands of the bajo huallaga where they are predominately the striped ventirmaculata lookalikes
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