Hyla annectans is a species of toad found in India.
Tongue circular, slightly nicked, and free behind. Vomerine teeth in two groups on a level with the hinder edge of the choanae. Head broader than long; snout short, rounded; canthus rostralis distinct; interorbital space as broad as the upper eyelid; tympanum distinct, about half the diameter oi the eye. lingers webbed at the base; toes two-thirds webbed; disks well developed. The tibio-tarsal articulation reaches the tympanum or the eye. Skin smooth above, granular beneath; a strong tuberculated fold from the eye to the shoulder. Green above; a dark, lateral streak, light-edged above, ending in two or three deep black spots, separated or confluent on the groin, which is bright yellow; sides of thighs with deep black spots on a bright yellow ground; two outer fingers and two outer toes green; beneath whitish, immaculate. Male with an external subgular vocal sac and black nuptial excrescences on the thumb.
From snout to vent 2 inches.
Khasi Hills, and Kakhyen Hills, Upper Burma.