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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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