Fortuitously, we have lots of good biology posts today, so I’ll add one more, involving more bragging than education.
My host at the Universidad de los Andes had a copy of the Spanish-language guide to harlequin frogs: Ranas Arlequines. And what do you know—there on page 68 was mi rana, in a color drawing I’d never seen before. (Click to enlarge.)
And the species description, which even those with rudimentary Spanish can read:
What a beautiful frog is Atelopus coynei, and what a beautiful name (see here and here for more info). Sadly, as the text says, it hasn’t been seen since 1984, and may have gone extinct from the worldwide fungus epidemic that’s wiping out many species.