Spanish name: Cutín de ingle amarilla. Common to infrequent. Pristimantis luteolateralis is nocturnal, arboreal, and prefers deep evergreen foothill and montane forests, but occurs as well marginally in modified environments. During night, it perches, sings and moves on vegetation 20–400 cm from ground; during day, it hides inside the leaf-litter. Being a terrestrial breeding frog, Pristimantis luteolateralis occurs all over the forest, and is active almost independently of weather conditions. Leer más.