A new species of hylid frog is described from the Sierra de Omoa of northwestern Honduras. The new species differs from all other small (<26 mm SVL) Nuclear Middle American hylids in having 7–10 large black spines on the thumb in males and the bones visible through the translucent skin of the posterior part of the dorsum in life.
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