IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Adult females reach 20-23.1 mm SVL, males reach 20-21.9 mm SVL. Head is wider than body, and wider than it is long (head width is 34.6-42.7% SVL). Snout short and round. Loreal region is concave, lips rounded and thick. Eyes large and directed anterolaterally at 45 degrees. When viewed ventrally, eyes visible around border of upper jaw. Anteroposterior diameter of eye is approx. 36.9-47.6% skull length. Supratympanic fold is thin and very well defined. Tongue equally long as it is wide. Humeral spine present in males and exernally visible. When legs adpressed anteriorly, and arms adpressed posteriorly, knees overlap with the elbows. Dorsal skin smooth. Males have small spines adjacent to the tympanum and around the upper lip (in males only). Belly and thighs grainy in textur; throat is smooth. Pair of tubercles under claoca at posteroventral end of thighs. Coloration is a uniform light to dark green with yellowish specks dorsally. White spots are found the lateral portions of the head and forearm. Iris is a grayish yellow reticulated with black. Gular region is translucent, palms of hands and feet yellow. Bones green.


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