The head of D. pictus is strongly depressed and narrow, evincing a rounded or pointed snout. The species tongue is disc-shaped. Fingers are abbreviated, with the first being shortest, the third longest, and the second and fourth of roughly equal intermediate length. The hindlimb architecture manifests considerable length, with some webbing in evidence betwixt the toes. A small inner metatarsal tubercle is visible. There are three palmar tubercles and subarticular tubercles are absent. The dorsum presents small glands, with overall skin-tone being smooth.
Color of the dorsum exterior is brown, olivaceous or gray, with a dark temporal band running from the tympanum to snout. There are dark spots of irregular size and shape in evidence on the dorsum; moreover, these spots may sometimes assume a form of longitudinal striping. The iris is bronze or golden. Venter is white or a yellowish color, less frequently olivaceous red. Males exhibit black corneous excrescences on the limbs, throat and belly (Salvador, 1996).
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