This article was published in The Panama News, Erik Jackson's online newsmagazine. Roberto
Photo by Andrew Crawford
Pristimantis educatoris, collected in El Cope, in Panama's Omar Torrijos National Park, is about 2-4 centimeters long and has expanded, round and even finger disks and toes that distinguish it from other, closely related species. Its eye color varies from blood red to yellow-orange above and dark purple to dark grey below. The pupil is horizontal.
by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute