Adults of this slender bodied, long legged species reach a body length of 30 mm in males and 35 mm in females. The heel of the hind leg reaches forward to eye level. Tarsal pads are barely expanded. Coloration is typically pentalineate. Dorsal surface is light brown with dark middorsal and paramedian lines and an even darker dorsolateral piceous line running from eye to groin. A pale line extends from the upper lip to the tympanum. Dark spots cover the dorsal surface of the legs. Ventral surface is white with a yellowish hue.
- Hoffman, R. L. (1963). ''Pseudacris brimleyi.'' Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 311.1-311.2.