These authors defined the type locality inside YCNP as cloud forests, mainly primary, with low levels of human impact, which match our field data for the species.
This species was recorded only on primary forest, at the USAB, inside YCNP. The only individual captured (CORBIDI 010304) exhibits the most remarkable traits for the species: bearing a tympanic membrane and tympanic annulus, and toe V was slightly longer than toe III.
This unidentified species was recorded in the USAB, inside YCNP. Two individuals were captured (CORBIDI 010284, 010286) and both exhibit shagreened skin on dorsum, tympanic annulus and tympanic membrane distinct, skin on venter weakly areolate, dorsolateral folds absent, small tubercles on the upper eyelid, coloration on dorsum red or reddish yellow, transversal black chevrons on dorsum, black labial bars and supratympanic stripe from the end of the eye to behind the tympanum and ventral coloration reddish.