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Data Deficient (DD)

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Diagnosis A small-sized species of Brachycephalus (snout-vent length males 12.0-13.3 mm; females 14. and orange on the dorsum (in preservative, or ange parts are pale cream), absence of dermal ossification dorsal to the vertebrae, and absence of external trace of fifth toe. The pectoral girdle is completely ossified; the epicoracoids are closely juxtaposed and articulating throughout their lengths, and an omosternum and sternum are absent. The phalangeal formulae in the hands is 1-2-3-1, and in the feet is 1-2-3-4-0.


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