IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Males 82-90 mm; females 110 mm. The dorsum is uniform green and granular in texture. First and second fingers are brownish with white tips; other fingers are green with grayish brown tips. The ventral surface is white on the throat and chest, and orange-brown on the abdomen. The iris is orange-red with bold black reticulations.

Similar species: Phyllomedusa bicolor differs by having a dark gray iris, transparent brown fingers with large green adhesive discs. Phyllomedusa vaillanti differs by having a silvery-gray iris, purple flanks, and dark purple or orange adhesive discs on fingers.


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