IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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The type specimens from the Andringitra mountains have the following set of characteristic features: small size (males 15 mm, females 20 mm); vomerine teeth rudimentary or absent; lateral metatarsalia connected, and only a trace of webbing.

Own material: Males from Ankaratra measure 16 mm, males from Andringitra 15.5-17.0 mm. Femoral glands are indistinct. The colouration is typical: Three dark brown stripes on a light copper-brown back.

Similar species: See B. wittei.


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