IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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C. eiffingeri is a small and robust frog. The forelimb and hindlimb webbing is not well developed. The skin on the back of this species has tubercles and ridges. This species has 3-6 vomerine teeth. The mean snout to vent length for males is 34 mm (range 31-35) and for females it is 37 mm (range 36-40). In males, the nuptial pads are yellow and are without asperities. There is a pair of slit-like vocal openings. The species also has no dorsolateral fold, but the supratympanic fold is prominent.

The mating call has notes that last 0.8 seconds with a frequency of 2.7 kHz.


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