IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

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Diagnosis A small species of Hylodes (24-31mm snout-vent length) lacking continuous dorsolateral light stripes, and characterized by a tuberculate dorsal skin. Snout subovoid in dorsal view and rounded-acute in lateral view, hands and feet large compared to body size. Extensive fringing on fingers. Dorsal surface of fingers and toes, and the anteroventral face of thighs with bright white spots in males. Dorsal ground color olive gray mottled with irregular dark spots and gold reflexes. A conspicuous red area around vent in males.


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