The ventrolateral glands in schmidtorum more closely approximate one another midventrally than in chamulae.
A narrow, sometimes broken white line is present on the ventrolateral edge of the forearm.
The ventrolateral glands are less extensive and the chin less spotted than in the holotype.
ventrolateral glands noticeably thickened, extending from axilla nearly to groin and only narrowly separated medially on chest.
Ossification terminates first in the ventrolateral corners, followed by the lateral and dorsolateral areas.
ventrolateral glands well developed, not reaching axilla or groin and broadly separated midventrally.
In two specimens the ventrolateral glands are weakly developed; in the others the glands are well developed and orange-tan.
ventrolateral glands weakly developed, not reaching axilla or groin and broadly separated midventrally.
ventrolateral glands well developed, reaching axilla and groin and narrowly separated on chest.
He (1963a) cited the ventrolateral glands in breeding males as diagnostic of Ptychohyla.