IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Synapturanus salseri is a relatively small frog with adults reaching 28 mm. This frog has a stout body that leads to a narrow head with a blunt, overhanging snout. There is a transverse fold of skin behind the eyes. The toes are unwebbed. Coloration is gray-brown with dorsal spots, with cream to orange legs.


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