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Diagnosis Hylodes heyeri is the largest and most rugose species in the H. lateristrigatus group, characterized by large size (males 36.4-42.6 mm snout-vent length); snout rounded in dorsal view and acuminate-protruding in lateral view; upper surfaces of feet, toes, hand, and fingers, and lateral surface of thumb, with enlarged tubercles; upper surfaces of finger discs with well-developed scutes; and dorsum dark brown.

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