Plots of PCA of A. Morphometric characteristics (males and females) and B. Acoustic variables showing the position of Synapturanus danta sp nov. (black asterisk) from unnamed lineages of Fouquet et al. (2021a): Synapturanus sp. “Juami” (gray squares); S. sp. “Iça1” (black squares only females); S. cf. mirandariberoi (black triangles); S. sp. “Purus” (blue triangles); S. sp. “Taboca” (gray triangle); S. sp. “Tapajos” (white triangle); S. zombie (inv. black triangle); S. mesomorphus (inv. gray triangle); S. ajuricaba (inv. blue triangle); S. sp. “Neblina” (inv. white triangle); S. sp. “Divisor” (gray asterisk); S. sp. “Ecuador” (black dot); S. sp. “Venezuela” (gray dot); S. sp. “Iça2” (blue dot); S. rabus (orange dot), S. sp. “Nanay” (green dots) .

  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.