IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis 1) size large, sexual dimorphism moderate; snout-vent length 70-77 mm in males, 89-99 mm in females. 2) skin or dorsum of males bearing small conical tubercles; 3) skin of flanks tubercular: 4) web extending to base of penultimate phalange of third finger; 5) dorsum olive-brown or greenish gray with irregular pattern of darker shades; 6) throat and chest white; belly and ventral surfaces of thighs yellowish orange; 7) lips unmarked; 8) flanks bluish gray; 9) dermal roofing bones of skull, exostosed and coossified. Can be distinguished by the presence of scalloped dermal folds on the outer edges of the hands and feet, a row of tubercles on the posterior edge of the jaw, tubercles on the flanks, and white subanal folds.


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