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Golden-groined Robber Frog

Pristimantis cruentus


An extremely variable small (males, 21 to 28 mm) to moderate-sized (females, 25 to 40 mm) species having a distinct large heel tubercle, an enlarged supraocular tubercle. The groin and anterior thigh surface usually marked with several bright golden yellow to orange spots separated by dark brown to black borders, and no pungent or pounted subarticular tubercles.


Lowland Moist Forest and Wet Forets, Premontane Wet Forest, Rainforest and marginally into Lower Montane Wet Forest and Rainforest.

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Jessie Aguilar
Jessie Aguilar a year ago

Thank you António!

Great capture Jessie,beautiful,congrats and thanks for sharing

Jessie Aguilar
Spotted by
Jessie Aguilar

Provincia Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Lat: 10.26, Long: -84.71

Spotted on Apr 10, 2018
Submitted on May 21, 2018

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