IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Males 28-31 mm, females 32 mm. The dorsum is dark brown with many light brown or white spots, that may be orange during the day. A dark line extends from the nostrils to the posterior region of the tympanum. The belly is white, and the throat region is cream to yellowish.

Similar species: Scinax ruber can be distinguished by the yellow or orange spots on a black background on its thighs; and the lack of a dark line from nostril to the posterior region of tympanum. Male S. ruber are yellow when calling.


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