Clutches of 50-60 eggs are deposited in a single layer on the upper surfaces of leaves near the tip (Starrett 1960, McDiarmid 1975, Savage 2002). The eggs of Cochranella granulosa are black and white (Savage 2002).
Tadpoles have an elongate body with a long, thin tail and small fins (Starrett 1960, Savage 2002). The tip of the tail sometimes has dark flecking or spots (Savage 2002). The mouth is oriented ventrally and has two upper (one partial) and three lower teethrows (Starrett 1960). Tadpoles appear pink or red due to large amounts of hemoglobin in the blood (Savage 2002). Centrolenid tadpoles are fossorial, living in the low-oxygen environment under mud and leaf litter in stream bottoms (McDiarmid and Altig 1999).
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