Hierarchy contributed by the species page author
<a target='_blank' href='http://data.gbif.org/datasets/resource/1'>Accessed through GBIF data portal, GBIF Backbone Taxonomy</a>
Default IBP taxonomic classification, based on Catalogue of Life
<a target='_blank' href='www.iucnredlist.org'>IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. Exported on 12 January 2012</a>
Small-sized toad (length 40 mm). Tympanum present but not very distinct. Parotoid glands distinct. Warts on the back are enlarged and thickened in the form of two rows along the sides. Truncated finger and toe tips.
Grey brown with darker sides. Golden iris interspersed with black lines. Flanks with white stripe. White with black patches on the underside.
On trees along streams 1–3 meters above the ground in evergreen and moist deciduous forest.
Ponmudi, Silent Valley, Anamalais in Kerala ; Kudremukh, Charmudi, Agumbe, Kathalekan, Anshi in Karnataka ; Cotigao in Goa ; Koyna in Maharashtra. Between 300–1800 meters.
Endemic to Western Ghats