| Pristimantis shrevei|
Geographic range and habitat
P. shrevei is endemic to Saint Vincent, an island in the Caribbean Lesser Antilles that is part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Its natural habitats are rainforests forest edge, and montane meadows at elevations of 275–922 m (902–3,025 ft) above sea level. It lives both on the ground and on vegetation.
Males measure 20.8–23.4 mm (0.82–0.92 in) and females 23.5–34.2 mm (0.93–1.35 in) in snout–vent length. P. shrevei has a rich wood-brown to rich tan dorsum. There is a dark interocular bar bordering the snout; otherwise the dorsal patterning varies, some individuals are patternless whereas others have a broad dark brown scapular "W" and other patterns. The ventral surface is creamy. The sides are red, as are the undersides of both fore- and hindlimbs.
P. shrevei is threatened by habitat loss caused by urbanization, tourism development, and agriculture.
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