P. brongersmai adults have a rounded snout with a head approximately 2.5 times in length versus height. The horizontally measured eye diameter is slightly less than the distance between snout and eye; moreover, that horizontal eye diameter is about 2.5 times the horizontal diameter of the tympanum. The interorbital area is quite flattened. Subarticular tubercles on digits are single, except for the distal occurrences, which are frequently double. Subarticular toe tubercles are also single, other than the the double distal tubercle on toe three, and the distal two on the fourth toe. The dorsum is a pale brownish gray, overlain with small green patches and black spots. The paratoid glands, upper eyelids and dorsal warts are reddish. The venter is whitish with green spots (Salvador, 1996).
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