Hyperolius viridiflavis, African reed frog, from Kenya. Photo by Dante Fenolio

Hyperolius viridiflavis, African reed frog, from Kenya. Photo by Dante Fenolio

Mitchell’s Reed Frog - Hyperolius mitchelli  The Mitchell’s Reed Frog, Hyperolius mitchelli (Hyperoliidae), is an African frog that ranges widely from northeastern Tanzania, through Malawi to central Mozambique, and is also present on the island of Zanzibar. This frog is quite striking. The dorsum is orange to brown, often with small dark spots especially in young individuals. It always has light canthal (between the eye and the snout) and dorsolateral stripes, and are usually ...

libutron: “Mitchell’s Reed Frog - Hyperolius mitchelli The Mitchell’s Reed Frog, Hyperolius mitchelli (Hyperoliidae), is an African frog that ranges widely from northeastern Tanzania, through Malawi.

My two African Dwarf frogs: Kenya (Ken) and Zimbabwe (Bob).

african dwarf frog ( Not to be confused with African clawed frogs which get much larger and eventually would eat your smaller community fish)

A tiny frog struck up an unlikely friendship with a giant African land snail after clambering onto its shell to catch a ride

Indonesian flying frog tries to hitch a ride on snail’s back

The frog climbs on top of a snail. - Hendy Mp/Solent News/Rex Features

African Dwarf Frogs, we have had servrail of these and had them for many years :D

I used to own a tank of African Dwarf Frogs named Roly Poly and a snail named Oly :)

Cool Frogs | Cool frog | My Love For Frogs

Cool frog - Here we go again with the purple ! Maybe I was meant to have one !Love this one,and it is my favorite color too !

African Dwarf Frog Breeding article

Pet frogs are so adorable they are a great addition to a betta tank or community freshwater aquarium. So much fun you may end up making an African dwarf frog habitat tank!

African clawed frogs were once widely imported and bred by hospitals because it lays eggs when injected with a pregnant womans urine.The african frogs, Xenopus laevis, may have brought a deadly amphibian infection to the United States.

Pregnancy test frog may have spread fatal fungus

African frogs, originally imported for early century pregnancy tests, carried a deadly amphibian disease to the U., according to a new study published today in the journal PLOS ONE.

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