Silverstone’s Poison Frog

Silverstone's Poison Frog

The skin of the Silverstone’s poison frog’s lower body and hind limbs is coarsely granular, gradually smoothing out in the skin of the head, forelimbs and ventral surfaces.

The skin of the Silverstone’s poison frog’s lower body and hind limbs is coarsely granular, especially on the back. It gradually smooths out in the skin atop the head, and on the forelimbs and ventral surfaces.


Image | ©️ Evan Twomey, All Rights Reserved
Sources | (Lakeland, Torres, & Rosenthal, 2010; Myers & Daly, 1979; The Wikimedia Foundation, 2020)

 

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