Polypedates himalayensis

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Polypedates himalayensisThis species was found along the edges of ponds, viagra sale hiding among the short grass. It was extremely difficult to locate the males. The snout was pointed and there was an hour-glass shaped marking on the back of the frog. The patterns on the dorsum were distinct and dark brown on a light brown background. The hour-glass shaped marking extended only to one half of the body length. In the posterior half there were discontinuous streaks of dark brown mixed with spots that were aligned along the length of the body. The snout was triangular with a blunt snout tip. There was a black stripe that ran from the pit of the snout to the shoulder cutting through the eye. The tympanum was distinct and circular, placed in between the supratympanic fold and the upper lip. A white line ran along the margin of the upper lip extending up to the tympanum. The skin on the head was co-ossified to skull, which meant that it belongs to the genus Polypedates. The webbing score was 12 out of 23. The palm had three distinct tubercles and the one in the middle was the largest. The feet had an oval and small inner metatarsal tubercle. The hind limbs had bands dorsally that were dark brown in colour. The throat was smooth and belly had large granules. Ventral surface of the skin in the thigh had large granules. This species is widely distributed in the northeast.