IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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Adults attain a snout-vent length of 36mm in males and 45mm in females. This species has short slender arms, slender unwebbed fingers, small digital discs, and toes that are long, slender and 3/4 webbed. Dorsal surface is tuberculate, ventral surface is smooth to granular. Dorsal coloration is gray to brown with dark brown to green spots. Ventral coloration is dull grey to white on the throat and belly, and pale yellow on the groin, thigh, ventral surface of shank, and inner surface of the tarsus. There is a white line on the upper lip.

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