IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis Morphological characters of the group of Dendropsophus marmoratus group. Webs shorter, skin more pustular, dorsal pattern diverse. Size large for the group: males 37-45, 2 females 49 and 46 mm, snout-vent. Dorsal color tones of gray or brown, somewhat purplish or ruddy. Dorsal pattern composed of irregular, insular, angular, elongate, occasionally oblique, sometimes confluent spots on a lighter background; minute glandules at the angles of the spots and over the dorsal surface of the body and limbs, especially on the head, eyelids, and edges which outline the frog in repose. Probably a reddish flash-color in life. A marked thoracic fold, a small patagium (humerothoracic fold). Webs shorter than in other members of the group.


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