Scientific Name: Eleutherodactylus johnstonei
Other Names: Johnstone’s Whistling Frog
Size: females are larger than males. Length: females average of 3.2 cm (~1.25″); males average of 2.2 cm (~0.87″).
Body shape: typical frog shape; the fingers are small and rounded and the small head is a little broader than its length.
Coloring: body is dull brown to greyish-tan, with paler undersides. The back of the legs are marbled with black. Some frogs have two dark dorsal stripes along their back.
Distinct features: 1) the large eyes have a golden iris; 2) each shoulder typically has a black V-shaped marking (also known as a chevron); and 3) the feet are not webbed like most frogs; instead they have large adhesive disks.