Species description based on Savage (2002). A large treefrog (males to 54 mm, females to 64 mm).
The dorsum may be one of many shades of brown, more yellowish, greenish, greyish, or reddish. Darker blotches are often present. The sides are mottled brown and cream. In some individuals, the cream of the flanks appears more green or blue. The arms and legs are barred. The skin of the dorsum is smooth.
The rear surfaces of the thighs are dark with white or light or bold blue flecking or irregular spots.
Eye color varies, but black reticulations are always present. The eyes may be more silver, golden or bronze.
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