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Sometimes known as the San Jose Cochran Frog. This beautiful little frog (about 30mm SVL) is a stunning green, more blue/green on the dorsal surface becoming lighter over the limbs and a translucent green over the belly area. Frogs entire dorsal surface and limbs covered in small bright yellow spots or tubercles. Lower hind and fore legs are fringed with white, with white webbing between toes. Iris is ivory/gold with a fine gold ring around pupil. It also has a fine white line running around the lip.
This is considered a forest montane species found up to 1650m. This spotting however was made at about 200m barely a km from the coast near the settlement of Baha Solano in western Colombia in the department of Choco. Found in foliage about 2m above a small forest stream at night.
Found in Costa Rica, Panama and NW Colombia. Now considered rare in the former but still reasonably common in Colombia. The Latin name euknemos refers to the fringed limbs and means 'with beautiful legs'. There are 20 described species in the genus Cochranella to date, making up part of the more general description of Glass Frogs. Ref: AmphiaWeb - Cochranella euknemos, The Book of Frogs - Tim Halliday.