Hyla

The genus Hyla is a member of the family of tree frogs (Hylidae). They have a very broad distribution; species can be found in Europe, Asia, Africa, and across the Americas. There were more than 300 described species in this genus, but after a major revision of the Hylidae family most of these have been moved to new genera so the genus now only co...
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Hyla

(from the article `Anura`) Males of at least three South American species of Hyla build basinlike nests, 25 to 30 centimetres (10 to 12 inches) wide and 2 to 5 centimetres ... Some tree frogs of the family Hylidae deposit their eggs in water that has pooled in parts of trees. Several tropical species of Hyla lay their eggs ... [2 rel...
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Hyla

[n] - type genus of the Hylidae
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Hyla

genus Hyla noun the type genus of the Hylidae; tree toads
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hyla

A lateral extension of the cerebral (or sylvian) aqueduct. ... Origin: G. Hyle, wood ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hyla

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′lă Definitions: 1. A lateral extension of the cerebral (or sylvian) aqueduct.
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