IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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These frogs are reddish brown to tan or gray. Sometimes there are light dorsolateral stripes. There is usually an interorbital bar, a supratympanic mark and a scapular bar, all of them black in color. The concealed surfaces of thighs are red and the venter is white. A black spot on the base of thigh and in groin can be present (by subspecies). The vomerine teeth, behind the coanes, are in transverse and long series. There is no webbing between the toes and there are no digital disks. Adult size is moderate, 43 mm in females, males are smaller.


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