Silverstone’s Poison Frog

Silverstone's Poison Frog

The upper third of the Silverstone’s poison frog’s iris is pale bronze with some black suffusion, turning black on the lower two-thirds, with possible minute bronze flecking.

The upper third of the Silverstone’s poison frog’s iris is pale bronze with some black suffusion, turning black on the lower two-thirds, with possible minute bronze flecking.

Eye length is greater than the distance from the anterior edge of the naris to the eye (latter distance 60-88% of eye length). Eye/snout length is 0.70-0.90.


Image | ©️ Tiffany Kosch, All Rights Reserved
Sources | (Myers & Daly, 1979)

 

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