IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Diagnosis This large tree frog has thick glandular skin on the dorsum and heavily granular skin on the venter. Most individuals have a dark dorsal blotch, which is continuous from the occiput to the posterior end of the bodv, transversely interrupted in the sacral region, or medially divided anteriorly. Distinct transverse bands are present on the limbs. Some individuals are unicolor brown above.

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