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Data on Ameerega silverstonei
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Data Pulled from Amphibiaweb state that this species comes from the small mountain range Cordillera Azul
https://amphibiaweb.org/species/1672

According to ICUN the collection point of Ameerega silverstonei was roughly 7km west of the city of Aguaytia. 
http://berkeleymapper.berkeley.edu/index.html?tabfile=https://amphibiaweb.org/tmpfiles/652919&configfile=https://amphibiaweb.org/tmpfiles/bm_config_656744.xml&ViewResults=tab&sourcename=AmphibiaWeb+Species+Map:+Ameerega+silverstonei&hibiaweb=true&label=1&opacity=0.50&pointDisplay=pointMarkers

Rough averages for temps can be found here
https://en.climate-data.org/south-americ...tia-49507/

Elevation averages roughly 1350 meters in the area, this is where the highland swamps seem to occur where Ameerega silverstonei have been collected. 

I was not able to retrieve a water report of the area but will continue to dig for it and an analysis of the native biotope.
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