IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Adults range in length from 29-44 mm for females and 29-36 mm in males. Dorsal coloration is yellowish brown with many large black blotches which often form elongate spots. Ventral coloration is yellowish white with black spots across the pectoral region and along the lateral portion of the abdomen. The dorsal and lateral surfaces of the body are covered by numerous large conical tubercles. The chin is diffuse black in males with a well developed vocal sac. The parotoids are large, but low and relatively inconspicuous, with diffuse, dark pointed warts. Dark-tipped warts form a continuous ridge along the cranial crest.


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