IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis Flectonotus ohausi have toe disks with circumferential grooves, no hand webbing, and reduced foot webbing. This moderate sized species (males 24-31 mm snout-vent length, females 29-37 mm snout-vent length) usually has a characteristic dorsal pattern consisting of a dark interorbital triangle fused to two posteriorly diverging dark stripes that extend towards the sacral region.


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