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Actual Scientific name : French name English name
Afrixalus dorsalis   Striped Spiny Reed Frog 
Afrixalus fulvovittatus   Savannah Banana Frog 
Afrixalus leucostictus   Makese Banana Frog 
Afrixalus osorioi   Osorio’s Spiny Reed Frog 
Afrixalus upembae    
Afrixalus wittei   De Witte’s Spiny Reed Frog 
Callixalus pictus   African Painted Frog 
Chrysobatrachus cupreonitens   Itombwe Golden Frog 
Hyperolius atrigularis   Kasiki Reed Frog 
Hyperolius balfouri   Balfour’s Reed Frog 
Hyperolius bocagei   Bocage’s Reed Frog 
Hyperolius castaneus   Ahl’s Reed Frog 
Hyperolius cinereus   Ashy Reed Frog 
Hyperolius kibarae   Shaba Reed Frog 
Hyperolius kivuensis   Kivu Reed Frog 
Hyperolius langi    
Hyperolius lateralis   Secteur Munsenene Reed Frog 
Hyperolius leucotaenius   White-striped Reed Frog 
Hyperolius major    
Hyperolius marmoratus   Marbled Reed Frog 
Hyperolius nasutus   Longnose Reed Frog 
Hyperolius obscurus   Kasai Reed Frog 
Hyperolius parallelus   Angolan Reed Frog 
Hyperolius polystictus   Falls Reed Frog 
Hyperolius quinquevittatus   Five-striped Reed Frog 
Hyperolius steindachneri   Steindachner’s Reed Frog 
Hyperolius viridiflavus   Common Reed Frog 
Kassina kuvangensis   Kuvangu Kassina 
Kassinula wittei   De Witte’s Clicking Frog 
Leptopelis bocagii   Bocage’s Tree Frog 
Leptopelis cynnamomeus   Angola Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis fiziensis   Mokanga Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis kivuensis   Kisenyi Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis lebeaui   Nyonga Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis notatus   Common Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis parbocagii   Lake Upemba Forest Treefrog 
Leptopelis parvus   Kande Forest Treefrog 
Phlyctimantis verrucosus   Warty Striped Frog 

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The vernacular names were collected in the field and in the colonial literature from the first part of the 20th century. The monks who established the first dictionaries were not necessarily informed naturalists. Therefore, errors must have been committed.

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