Head body length for four specimens ranged from 348-442 mm. Tail length for the same four animals 315-430 mm. Males are grey spotted with white dorsal and ventral surfaces. Juvenile males may not have spots. Females are usually uniformly grey but may have a white rump. The fur is dense and woolly and almost hides the short ears. The snout is short. There is a red rim around the eyes. The skin is yellowish pink. This species can be distinguished from P. orientalis by the lack of a mid-dorsal stripe, the small ears and the skin color.