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Data Deficient (DD)

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Diagnosis Can be distinguished from other members of the genus by a combination of features including: (1) Snout-vent length 50.0-63.2 mm; (2) snout short, depressed in lateral view; (3) hind limbs 159.6-179.9% of snout-vent length; (4) in life, irregular apricot spots on dorsum and ventral surfaces of thighs; (5) dorsal surface, flanks, and limbs covered with small, spiculate granules; (6) chest and ventral surfaces of forelimbs and belly with minute, dark brown spines; (7) 8 or 9 supernumerary palmar and plantar tubercles; (8) postfemoral fold absent; (9) toes webbed; (10) tarsal fold thin; (11) outer border of Toe V fringed; (12) tongue subrectangular, almost totally attached (81.2%) to the floor of mouth, posterior border unnotched and free; (13) choanae large, subcircular; (14) all the carpal and distal tarsal elements cartilaginous; (15) pubis cartilaginous, poorly developed; (16) anterolateral process of hyoid plate with distal expansion; (17) prootic ossification limited to anteromedial part of otic capsule.


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