. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. HEEPETOLOGY OF JAPAN. 109 than twice its distance from the latter; fingers obtuse, first extending beyond second, and provided with a large double swelling on the inner side, the surface of which is minutely granulated; tip of toes taper- ing; webs considerably excised, the incision on both sides of fourth toe extending to the distal third of the basal phalanx; subarticular tubercles rather weak; inner metatarsal tubercle rounded, pro- jecting; no outer metatarsal tubercle; tibio-tarsal joint of extended hind leg reaches the snout; total len
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