IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis A medium to moderately large-sized species of Hypsiboas (males 40.7-49.9 mm, mean 46.56 mm snout-vent length) with robust body, hypertrophied forearms and prominent pre-pollex in males. The new species belongs to the Hypsiboas semiguttatus clade within the pulchellus group. It has a unique advertise-ment call and is characterised by a dorsal col-our pattern consisting of .ne dark mottling on brownish ground; by a distinct, broad, dark dorsolateral stripe which is yellowish bordered above extending from the tip of the snout to the inguinal region; and by several distinct, small yellow blotches on the dark brown flank.


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