Of these examples may be found in the Indian, Ethiopian and Neotropical regions.
A review of the Neotropical tree-frogs of the genus Phyllomedusa.
About 40 different species of the nocturnal birds of prey are known to occur in the Neotropical Region.
Loncheres with eighteen species is another Neotropical genus allied to the foregoing.
They are very abundant in the Neotropical and Oriental Regions, where great forests predominate.
Indeed, it is difficult to find even genera which do not have some species ranging into the Neotropical, Ethiopian or Indian.
The tree frogs of the Hyla rubra group are abundant and form a conspicuous element of the Neotropical frog fauna.
The genus is characteristic of the Neotropical fauna, and there are over sixty species which have been described.
Of the allied genus Chaetomys, also Neotropical, there is but a single species, which inhabits Brazil.
Both these families are, however, well represented all over the Neotropical Region.