IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Males of this small species of Hyloxalus attain a snout-vent length of 19.8 mm, females 22.1 mm. The discs on the fingers and toes are expanded; Finger I is longer than Finger II; Finger III is not swollen in males. Lateral fringes are absent on the fingers and toes. An outer tarsal fold is absent; webbing is basal between Toes III and IV and absent between other toes. Pale dorsolateral stripes are absent, but silver oblique lateral stripes and white ventrolateral stripes are present. The dorsum is pale brown, and the flanks are dark brown; oblique lateral line brilliant silver; the dorsal surfaces of the thighs are cream, and the posterior surfaces of the thighs and inner surfaces of the shanks are orange. A white mark on either side of the cloacal opening extends onto the posterior surface of the thigh. The inguinal region is orange in males. The throat and chest are cream, and the abdomen is bright silver; the iris is bronze. A median lingual process is absent, and the testes are white (Morales and Schulte 1993).


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