Leptodactylus diedrus — Smooth Jungle Frog
This species was formerly lumped together with several others under the name Leptodactylus wagneri.
This was a medium-sized, fairly nondescript nocturnal forest floor frog. The long thin toes without expanded toe discs identify it as one of the smaller Leptodactylus species, but which one? I shall never know for sure, but Dick Bartlett thought that it looked more like L. diedrus than any of the other candidates, so I'm tentatively identifying it as that species.
- Bartlett, R.D., and Bartlett, P. 2003. Reptiles and Amphibians of the Amazon: An Ecotourist's Guide
- Rodríguez, L. O. and Duellman, W. E. 1994. Guide to the Frogs of the Iquitos Region, Amazonian Peru