A new species of frog has been discoverd in the Brazilian Pantanal in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Corumbá. This inch and a half long frog was found by researchers Alessandher Piva, Ulisses Caramaschi, and Nelson Rufino de Albuquerque. They didn’t know what species of frog it was but it appeared to be from the genus Elachistocleis so they looked through collections of the genus to try to figure out what it was. They looked at over 250 specimens before they figured out it was a new species. It was named the Elachistocleis corumbaensis, after Corumbá where they found it.