Found sleeping on leaves in rainforest at night.
ID is tentative - https://www.herpmapper.org/voucher/48875/full.jpg
Without a tail, it is even more difficult to distinguish B. peruviana (tail less than half of total length) from B. altamazonica (tail greater than half of total length). I've chosen B. peruviana because the other nearby salamander I saw (http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2760448), which looked extremely similar to this one, had a peruviana-length tail.
Adult animals found in the cloud forest of Cusuco National Park.
Bolitoglossa is a genus of salamanders, also called tropical climbing salamanders or web-footed salamanders, in the Plethodontidae family. Their range is Central and South America: Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, northeastern Brazil, and central Bolivia. These arboreal and terrestrial, Neotropical salamanders of the Bolitoglossa genus make up the largest genus in the order Caudata consisting of approximately one-fourth of all known species of salamanders. Adult salamanders range anywhere from 45mm to 200mm in length depending on...