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A rather small (Males 28-38 mm, females 46-48 mm) Leptopelis from the Eastern Arc Mts. in Tanzania with reduced webbing. In life dense green to blue-green with or without whitish spots or rings, or brown with a darker pattern. Throat in males blue. No pectoral glands. Tympanum small and indistinct.Most specimens, including females, have a typical dense green to bluish green coloration, often with white dots and rings which makes the frog resemble very closely a wet, decaying leaf with spots of fungus. A few specimens are brown above with a darker pattern.
Voice. - A brief, rather unremarkable clack.
This account was taken from "Treefrogs of Africa" by Arne Schiøtz with kind permission from Edition Chimaira publishers, Frankfurt am Main.