Habitat and Ecology
Adult A. inyangae are found in the vicinity of rock armored, rapid velocity streams in montane grassland. Adults have been also found sitting on rock ledges behind waterfalls, or on rocks protruding from the midst of rapids; juveniles typically frequent quieter backwaters. Eggs are characteristically deposited by the female in shallow rocky pools (Poynton, 2004).
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