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Eleutherodactylus albolabris (Taylor, 1943) is to be used as the valid name in Eleutherodactylus over the replacement name Eleutherodactylus dixoni Lynch, 1991, following ICZN Article 59.4. The senior homonym (Microbatrachylus albolabris Taylor, 1940) is now no longer placed in Eleutherodactylus, as it is now placed in Craugastor (as a junior synonym of Craugastor pygmaeus Taylor, 1937)
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