A medium-sized green treefrog, males about 33 mm SVL, females unknown. Back green, with many dispersed, small whitish spots. Sometimes some black pigmentations on the back. Venter whitish, yellow in the middle, bluish on the throat. White lateral fringes on lower arm and tarsus. Iris yellowish with symmetrical reddish markings. Skin on the back smooth. Nostrils equidistant between eye and tip of snout. Tympanum indistinct. Tibiotarsal articulation reaches the nostril. Webbing of the hand: a trace of webbing between 1 and 2i, 2e(1) 3i(2.5), 3e(1), 4(1). Webbing of the foot: 1(0.5), 2i/e(0.5), 3i(1), 3e(0.5), 4i/e(1), 5(0). Males with nuptial pads and probably a single, subgular vocal sac.
Taken with permission from Glaw and Vences (2007).
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