Breeding occurs during the dry season when streams are low (Savage 2002). Males call from rocks in streams (Savage 2002). Large numbers of females appear at streams after heavy rains (Savage 2002).
Eggs are deposited in clumps of 20-50 eggs in shallow pools (James 1944). They are laid singly, but adhere together after oviposition (James 1944).
Tadpoles are oval-shaped with a moderately long tail with moderate tail fins (Savage 2002). Tadpoles are pale in coloration (Savage 2002). A pattern of alternating light and reddish brown spots occurs along the upper part of the tail musculature (Savage 2002).
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