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
Mostly black, though it seems to have black and gray bands due to some areas being covered in white hairs. Antennae and tarsi are yellowish-brown. The elytra have a small, yellow triangular mark in each outside edge approximately a third of the way down. Eyes almost divided. Total length: 10.3 mm.
(the above description likely describes the female, male uncertain)
To date, this species has only been encountered in Cerro Chucantí.
Biology and Natural History
Habitat: 850 m in elevation, specific habitat not described.
The name "tristis" it from Latin, meaning sad, in reference to it's mostly dark color.