Males call throughout the year, but breeding takes place primarily during the dry season (Greer and Wells 1980, Hayles 1991). Breeding occurs at streams.
Clutches of 10-50 eggs are laid on the undersurface of leaves (Greer and Wells 1980). Eggs hatch in 14-34 days (Greer and Wells 1980). Hatching is often delayed until a heavy rain (Greer and Wells 1980).
The tadpole is small and fairly flattened, with a long, muscular tail (Savage 2002). The dorsal surface is brownish and the ventral surface appears pinkish (the blood inside the body is visible, Savage 2002). The tail fins are clear, but the tail muscle has some dark pigmentation (Savage 2002). The tadpoles burrow into debris at the bottom of streams, where they remain until metamorphosis (Savage 2002).
No one has provided updates yet.