AppearanceThe holotype of ''L. buchwaldi'' measures 48 mm in total length, of which the head and body make up 23 mm.
NamingThe specific name, ''buchwaldi'', is in honor of Otto von Buchwald, a German engineer, anthropologist, and naturalist, who worked in Ecuador.
HabitatThe preferred natural habitat of ''L. buchwaldi'' is forest, at altitudes from sea level to 900 m. It has also been found in artificial habitats such as cacao, mango, and orange plantations.
Reproduction''L. buchwaldi'' is oviparous.
Some text fragments are auto parsed from Wikipedia.