Map showing the type locality of Synapturanus danta sp. nov. (black star), and the localities of the closest populations of Synapturanus. Those correspond to four undescribed taxa (Fouquet et al. 2021a): S. sp “Iça 1” (pale blue circle). S. sp. “Iça 2” (yellow circle) from Brazil, S. sp “Divisor” from Brazil and Perú (red circles), and S. sp. “Nanay” from Perú (pink circle). Green patches represent Amazon peatlands present in the area (Xu et al. 2018).

  Part of: Chávez G, Thompson ME, Sánchez DA, Chávez-Arribasplata JC, Catenazzi A (2022) A needle in a haystack: Integrative taxonomy reveals the existence of a new small species of fossorial frog (Anura, Microhylidae, Synapturanus) from the vast lower Putumayo basin, Peru. Evolutionary Systematics 6(1): 9-20.