IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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This frog has a rotundly shaped stout body that is kept puffed round like a ball.

Snout scarcely longer than diameter of the orbit; no canthus, snout round; fingers moderate, first a little shorter than second; toes short webbed at the base; a pair of strong shovel-shaped metatarsal tubercles, inner larger; tibiotarsal articulation does not reach to the shoulder joint; dorsum smoothly tubercular, supratympanic fold present, throat and chest smooth, belly and anal region granular. a medial buccal ridge ending in 2 papillae lying between the internal naris, a similar papilla below each internal nare.

Color: Body dorsum with more or less symmetrical dark brown pattern on a pinkish brown background. Ventrum whitish immaculate.

very rare


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