IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis A small to medium-sized species relative to other members of the Hypsiboas pulchellus group, diagnosed by the following combination of characters: (1) rounded snout in dorsal view, rounded to slightly truncated in profile; (2) disc of finger III smaller or equal to tympanum diameter; (3) supratympanic fold evident; (4) tarsal fold present, poorly developed; (5) males with hypertrophied forearm and prominent prepollex, modified as a curved spine; (6) dorsal coloration brown, without blotches or with three dark stripes, fragmented in some specimens at the level of the sacrum; (7) white labial stripe that extends beyond tympanum; (8) loreal stripe extending between the eye and tip of snout; (9) dorsolateral stripe from eyelid to inguinal region; (10) dark flanks with rounded or oval creamy or white blotches; (11) dorsal surface of tibiae immaculate or with series of up to five small rounded dark blotches on a lighter background; (12) thighs immaculate or with small white spots on a dark background; (13) bones green; (14) larvae with tooth row formula 2(2)/4(1); (15) reproduction in running waters, inside forested areas.


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