Like all of its genus members, P. beiranus has parotoid glands which are not prominent and do not form a continuous platform with the top of the head. As a genus diagnostic this toad lacks any dorsal hourglass patternation, and no conspicuous tarsal fold. Again, as with all genus members the ventral skin is granular. The inner metatarsal is inconspicuous and not flanged for burrowing. There are no adhesive terminal discs on either the fingers or toes. There are no hard claws and eye pupils are never vertical (Du Preez et al. 2009).
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