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Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis Morphological characters of the Scinax catharinae group. Characterized by the much smaller size, males 23-25 mm., females 31-32 mm., very slender build, long legs and squarely truncate snout. Dorsal aspect generally gray, sometimes brown, with a few large warts disseminated over it. Interocular spot W-shaped, generally very narrow, with very short arms; sacral spot indistinct; lateral pattern composed of double, elongate, finger-shaped marks, deflected downwards onto the sides; often additional ornamentation on the back. Concealed surfaces coerulescent, (topaz-blue to Nile green, Ridgway). Underside flecked with brown especially on the gula; often stripes and spots on the ventral surface of the hindlimbs.


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