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Haddadus binotatus is a very common frog. It inhabits primary and secondary forests and forest edges. It is usually found in the leaf-litter on the forest floor, or on leaves in low vegetation inside the forest.
Female frogs reach 64 mm (2.5 in) snout–vent length.
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