IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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The body of this species is small and slender. The snout is thick and the canthus blunt. The hindlimbs have well developed webbing, but the forelimb has none. The mean snout to vent length for males is 28 mm (range 25-30) and for females it is 35 mm (range 27-37). There is a pair of slit-like vocal openings. In males, the nuptial pads are yellow. No dorsolateral fold exists, but the supratympanic fold is very prominent. The skin on the back is full of short tubercles and ridges.


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