IUCN threat status:

Critically Endangered (CR)

Comprehensive Description

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Snout-vent length is about 38 to 42 mm. The head is relatively narrow; snout round-pointed; upper jaw protruding. Fingers are relatively long and narrow without webs. The first finger is shorter than the second. The dorsum and upper lateral surfaces are grayish olive green to live-brown, the lighter shaded specimens heavily mottled with large irregular, brownish or dark blotches. The upper lips and loreal regions have irregular dark blotches or bands. Hind limbs have narrow, irregular, dark crossbands.

Research and conservation effort on this species are urgently needed, including surveys on Panay Island and declaring the island of Gigante South as a protected area.


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