Triprion

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Triprion
Triprion petasatus.jpg
Triprion petasatus
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Triprion

Cope, 1866
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Triprion is a genus of frogs (the shovel-headed tree frogs) in the family Hylidae found in the Pacific lowlands of Mexico, the Yucatán Peninsula, and Guatemala. These frogs hide in tree-holes and plug the entrance with their strange-looking, bony heads.

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Two species in this genus are recognized:

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