IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Females reach 27.4-31.38 mm and males reach 25-30 mm in Snout to Vent Length (SVL). Head width is equal to max body width, head wider than it is long (head width 35.4 -40% SVL). Snout rounded (when viewed dorsally or laterally). Eye-nostril distance is approximately 50-69 % the diameter of the eye. Loreal region not concave. Diameter of eye is equivalent to 29.2-37.5% head length. Supratympanic fold is thin. Tongue is equally wide as it is long. Humeral spine is externally visible in males. Length of tibia is approximately 40-58 % SVL. When hind limbs are adpressed anteriorly, the ankle reaches the tip of the snout, when forelimbs adpressed posteriorly, the knees only just reach the elbow. Dermal tubercles or folds of skin are absent from the tarsal. Internal metatarsal tubercle is elliptical. Males have spines on the rostral and lateral sides of their head. Belly and thighs with many small tubercles. Dorsally dark green. Hands, feet, belly light yellow. Axilla region with a greenish-blue coloration. Bones are green. Upper lip and ulnar region bordered by white.


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