IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

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Diagnosis Based on the overall morphology and its small size, the species is tentatively assigned to the L. marmoratus group. Within this group, the new species is medium sized (maximum snout-vent length 19.9 mm in males) and characterized by: 1) body robust; 2) dorsal pattern uniformly dusky, with indistinct patterns or marks; 3) snout outline sub-acuminate to acuminate in lateral view; 3) upper and lower lips, outline throat, and dorsal superficies of forearm bearing little white dots; 4) throat dark brown; 5) snout with well developed fleshy white ridge; 6) gland at jaw articulation developed; 7) finger tips elongated; 8) toes tips slightly expanded, with disks flattened; 9) outer tarsus and sole of foot with a profusion of white-tipped tubercles.


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