IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Males up to 46 mm, females up to 51 mm. Head wider than long. Distance between nostrils more than distance between eyes. Nostrils closer to snout than to eyes. Dark mask not very obvious. Small ear-drum not very prominent. Relatively long fore and hind limbs. The hind feet are fully webbed. Weak internal metatarsal tubercle, 1/4-1/2 length of the first hind toe. Smooth skin. Narrow dorsolateral fold, from eye to vent. Upper parts creamy-white and olive gray colored with darker markings not very apparent. Some individuals present a "V" inverted-shaped design. Some individuals are reddish colored. The eyes are golden yellow with dark spots. Underparts pale, with a pinkish-greyish flush color on throat. Yellowish belly during the springtime and bluish during the summer. The ventral sides of the hind legs are colored red during the breeding season.


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