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Males 42-46 mm, females 48 mm. The principal distinguishing characteristics are the pointed snout with nostrils on the extremity, prominent conical tubercles over the eyes and around the lower lip, and the flattened head with a triangular mark in relief on the dorsal surface between the eyes. The dorsum is light to dark brown with darker spots. The inguinal region is green and this color may extend over the lateral surface of the body. The thighs have a longitudinal green stripe, and transverse alternating black and light-brown to yellow stripes. The belly is white and the throat region grayish. The iris is cream with dark red spots posteriorly.
Similar species: There is no similar species in the Reserva Florestal Adolpho Ducke in Brazil.