IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Small tree frog, usually 38-40mm snout-vent length. Dark stripe on the flanks, starting at the nostril, through the eye and breaking up into spots halfway along the flanks. The head is broader than long, and the snout is shorter than in Hyla arborea. Adhesive discs on all digits. The skin is more granular than in Hyla arborea and Hyla meridionalis. Color and pattern variable and under physiological control. Color can be greenish, olive or gray, usually with dark green or gray spots. Dark bands are usually visible on the outside of the hind legs. Venter is whitish. The pupils are horizontal. The tympanum is clearly visible. (Noellert and Noellert 1992)


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