Maximum Likelihood tree inferred from a 584 bp fragment of the mitochondrial 16S gene of Pristimantis species. Values at nodes are bootstrap proportions in percent (values below 49% not shown). Newly obtained sequences for this study are in red font. For other samples used, species names are followed by GenBank accession number and locality. Yunganastes pluvicanorus was used as outgroup (not shown for graphic reasons only). Inset photos depict Pristimantis bipunctatus (MUSM 31120), P. nebulosus (MUSM 40299, FGZC 6254) and P. symptosus sp. nov. (MUSM 40256, FGZC 6207) in life.

  Part of: Köhler J, Castillo-Urbina E, Aguilar-Puntriano C, Vences M, Glaw F (2022) Rediscovery, redescription and identity of Pristimantis nebulosus (Henle, 1992), and description of a new terrestrial-breeding frog from montane rainforests of central Peru (Anura, Strabomantidae). Zoosystematics and Evolution 98(2): 213-232.