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Without a doubt, O. pumilio is one of the smallest anurans that there is. However, i have heard various references claiming that it is the smallest dendrobatid, the second-smallest, third-smallest, fourth-smallest, etc. How big is pumilio relative to other dendrobatids? I'd like to know.
 

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heres some sizes of "thumbnails" to compare:


abdita: 16- 18 mm
altobueyensis: 15.5- 17mm
amazonica: 16- 19mm
benedicta: maximum 20.2 mm
biolat: 15- 17 mm
bombetes: 16-20mm
claudiae: 13- 16 mm
cyanovittata: 15-18 mm
daleswansoni: 18.5 to 19.7 mm
defleri: 15- 18 mm
dorisswansonae: 17.54-19.43 mm
duellmani: 15- 18 mm
fantastica: 16- 20 mm
flavovittata: DD
fulgurita: 13.5 to 20 mm
imitator: 17- 22 mm
lamasi: 17-22 mm
minuta: 12 to 15.5 mm
opisthomelas: 15- 20 mm
reticulata: 13- 16 mm
rubrocephala: DD
sirensis: 16.8 mm
sp. "Supatá": 20 mm
summersi: DD
tolimense: 17- 19 mm
uakarii: 18- 20 mm
viridis: 14- 15.2 mm
virolinensis: 15-19mm
vanzolinii: DD (?)
variabilis: 17-19 mm
yavaricola: < 18 mm

james
 
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