The pupil is not vertical, differentiating P. brongersmai from any Pelobates or Alytes genus taxa. The subject species lacks adhesive pads on fingers and toes (distinguishing it from Hyla meridionalis). The paratoid glands of P. brongersmai are rounded, and the distal subarticular tubercle of the fourth toe is double (features distinguishing the species from close relative P. viridis). There are green dorsal spots (as opposed to brown dorsal spots that characterize Amietophrynus xeros and Bufo mauritanicus). Tarsal fold is present (differentiating this species from Bufo bufo). P. brongersmai lacks a tarsal spade (differentiating it from B. pentoni). The skin of P.brongersmai exhibits warts, and has conspicuous paratoid glands (both features in opposition to Discoglossus pictus or D. scovazzi). The foregoing supplies a complete key for anurans in the North African region, with respect to differentiating the subject taxon (Salvador, 1996).
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