Most likely the Spiny slender toad, Ansonia cf. echinata, Inger and Stuebing, 2009 – around 140m ASL
This species is from a different locality than the holotype of Ansonia echinata – if these animals are truly Ansonia echinata and not a new species, it would be a enormous expansion of the occurrence.
The specific name echinata is derived from Latin echinatus, meaning “thorny”, and refers to the spinose tubercles on top of the snout and on the sides.
Habitat of the Spiny slender toad, Ansonia cf. echinata, Inger and Stuebing, 2009