Bolitoglossa chucantiensis Chucantí Tink Frog
Diasporus majeensis Chucantí Centipede Snake
Tantilla berguidoi Anthurium annularum Anthurium chucantiense Heliconia berguidoi Photinus interdius Quindina kuna Notopleura sallydavidsoniae Diffenbachia mortoniana Neaporia chucanti Syscia austrella Greta Thunberg’s Rainfrog
Pristimantis gretathunbergae Anthurium berguidoi
This species is similar to two others from Mexico, but is unique for the heart-shaped mark on its elytra.
Male: Color mostly reddish-brown or brown, with somewhat lighter legs. The antennae are the same length or slightly longer than the body. Pronotum covered in small, grayish-white hairs with a faintly visible pattern. Elytra very perforated, with a heart-shaped mark on the final third. Fairly large (14 mm in length).
To date, this species has only been encountered in Cerro Chucantí.
Biology and Natural History
Known to be active in February, being the time of year in which the original specimens were collected after being attracted to mercury vapor light.
Habitat: Specific habitat not described.
The species name "cordiforme" refers to the heart-shaped mark on the final third of the wing coverings.