IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis Proceratophrys brauni is a small to medium-sized member of the bigibbosa group (snout-vent length 30.0-34.6 mm in males, 38.9-39.8 in females). It is identified by the pointed tip of the snout in dorsal view and the palpebral ridge usually consisting of three distinct protuberant tubercles.


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