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Diagnosis A species of the genus Oreobatescharacterized by (1) head wider than long, snout long, subacuminate in dorsal and lateral views, canthus rostralis straight in dorsal view, rounded in profile; (2) tympanic membrane and annulus distinct, tympanum length half of the eye length; supratympanic fold present; (3) cranial crests absent, upper eyelid with small tubercles; (4) dentigerous processes of vomers ovoid, prominent, posteromedial to choanae; (5) condition Â?SÂ? of adductor muscle (sensu Lynch 1986); (6) males with vocal slits and a single faint nonspinous nuptial pad on thumb; (7) terminal discs of fingers I and II rounded not enlarged, terminal discs of fingers III and IV truncated and enlarged, circumferential grooves incomplete, ungual flap poorly defined, terminal phalanges knob-shaped, lateral fringes and keels on fingers absent, ulnar tubercles absent, prominent subarticular tubercles, enlarged and conical in profile, supernumerary tubercles conical, smaller than subarticular tubercles; (8) first finger slightly longer than second; (9) toes long, lacking lateral fringes, webbing absent; fifth toe slightly shorter than third; (10) no tubercles on heel and tarsus, prominent subarticular tubercles, enlarged and conical in profile, inner metatarsal tubercle ovoid; (11) skin of dorsum scattered with soft tubercles, scapular and sacral glands present; (12) skin of venter smooth, discoidal fold present; (13) dorsal coloration of body and head in preservative brownish-gray with black marks; limbs brownish and striped with darker bands; venter whitish cream, throat finely mottled in gray.

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