Marsupial frog

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(Zool.) See Nototrema.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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El Grupo Gastrotheca. Folia Biologica Andina 4: 48p.
Tree-dwelling Gastrotheca guentheri are the only frogs with teeth on both their upper and lower jaw.
DISTRIBUTION, NATURAL HISTORY AND CONSERVATION OF THE NOT VERY WELL KNOWN MARSUPIAL FROG GASTROTHECA HELENAE (ANURA: HEMIPHRACTIDAE) IN THE TAMA NATIONAL PARK, COLOMBIA
Regarding reproductive modes, seven of the species (Brachycephalus spp., Ischnocnema spp., Holoaden pholeter, and Gastrotheca ernestoi) have direct development and lay eggs on the moist leaf litter of the forest floor, whereas five (Crossodactylus aeneus, Hylodes spp., Cycloramphus brasiliensis, and Aplastodiscus eugenioi) depend on clean, lotic water bodies for reproduction.