Gymnopis syntrema

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Gymnopis syntrema
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G. syntrema
Binomial name
Gymnopis syntrema
(Cope, 1866)
Synonyms

Gymnopis oligozona Cope, "1878" 1877
Minascaecilia sartoria Campbell and Wake, 1983

The Gymnopis syntrema is a species of Caecilians. They belong to the family Caeciliidae. They live in Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Their habitat is subtropical or tropical forests. Their populations are dying because of habitat loss.

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