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A new genus of diminutive (10.1-11.3 mm) microhylid frogs is described from New Guinea that is unique in its combination of having only seven presacral vertebrae, a reduced phalangeal formula that leaves the fi rst fi ngers and fi rst toes as vestigial nubs, and reduction of the prepollex and prehallux to single elements. Relationships to other genera are unknown, but overall similarity suggests some relationship to Cophixalus, although that genus also diff ers in some muscle characters anddoi:10.3897/zookeys.48.446 fatcat:wmqmhep6wrhprejwr7aftybwre