Rio Faisanes Stubfoot Toad Sticker
Check out the new Rio Faisanes Stubfoot Toad Stickers! White areas removed when peeled
The Rio Faisanes stubfoot toad (Atelopus coynei) is a species of toad endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, and rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss. This species can also be differentiated from other similar species by its ventral patterning, thick fleshy finger webbing that covers its first finger, and from its long hind limbs that cause its heels to overlap when the legs are positioned perpendicular to the body.
They are considered Critically Endangered.
3.9 inches X 3.1 inches
When peeled, the white areas become clear and the color remains.
- Make sure the surface is clean and free of moisture and dirt.
- Carefully peel the white backing off of sticker, being careful not to touch the adhesive part too much.
- Choose a good position for your sticker (careful, you only get to choose once!)
- Once placed, rub firmly with thumbnail to remove any bubble and firmly set the sticker.
Stickers are printed by Sticker Ninja in Portland, Oregon.