P. kochi is generally less bright green than P. grandis, and tends to have a broken pattern rather than a solid color. The ones we saw at Anjajavy varied a considerable amount, though this one shows a more broken, reticulated pattern than the P. grandis we had seen elsewhere.
Here is a list of all the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Madagascar.
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