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12, fig. 6. l Fingers with triangular-dilatations, very large except on the first finger. Toes with a rudiment of web and triangular dilatations smaller than those of the fingers ; fifth toe a little shorter than the third ; subarticular and metatarsal tubercles feebly developed. Tibio-tarsal articulation not quite reaching the tympanum. Skin smooth above and beneath ; a supratympanic fold from the eye to the fore-limb. 1 The dimensions of the tympanum given in the original description are erroneous.
Skin smooth or shagreened above; a supratympanic fold from the eye to the shoulder and an occipital fold connecting the posterior comers of the upper eyelids. Lower surfaces smooth. Grey, magenta or brownish above, with darker markings in the form of irregular, wavy bands which may be chevron-shaped, with the apices directly forwards, or be confluent so as to leave only uniformly scattered light spots of the ground colour ; upper lip, loreal region and temples black ; a large, black, white-bordered inguinal ocellus ; sometimes a curved, light, black-bordered streak from above the tympanic region to the sacrum.
Limbs more or less distinctly barred with darker. Length : 30 mm. Male with a subgular vocal sac. DISTRIBUTION : Nossi BC and Madagascar (Mt. Ambr6). M. 29 8 Nossi BC . . . . (Mus. ) PLETHODONTOH YLA, Boulenger Callula (non Gray), Giinther, 1877, Ann. Mag. Nat. , (4), X I X p. , 316. Calohyla (non Peters), Boettger, 1881, Abh. Senck. Natf. , xn, p. 539. Cophyla (non Boettger), Boulenger, 1882, Cat. Batr. Sal. Brit. , ed. 2, p. 182. Plethodontohyla, Boulenger, 1882, Cat. Batr. Sal. Brit. , ed.