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H. parvulum may be a true Habrocestum.
For more information and links to the species, go to Habrocestum in the Tree of Life.
References most relevant to species north of Mexico: Richman (1981).
IdentificationWith the exception of H. parvulum, the North American Habrocestum are reminiscent of little toads. The abdomen often has two white spots or a cross-shaped marking.
HabitatForest leaf litter; also wanders up trees. H. parvulum has been found in bogs.