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|Z. Szentesi and M. Venczel 2010||A middle-sized anuran, with estimated snoutvent length of 50-60 mm, differing from all other anurans in the following two autapomorphies: (1) iliac crest heavily built, extremely tall (i.e. about 2.5 times higher than iliac shaft), and sculptured laterally by longitudinal grooves and bony ridges that anastomose posteriorly; (2) interiliac tubercle huge and medially bears an extensive sutural surface developed at the level of the preacetabular region.|