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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Hyperoliidae
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Hyperoliidae according to EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Hyperoliidae
Recognized by iNaturalist, South Atlantic Species List, Indian Ocean Species List, North Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, Mozambique Channel Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Somalia Species List, South Africa Species List, Sudan Species List, Swaziland Species List, Uganda Species List, Zambia Species List, Zimbabwe Species List, Niger Species List, Nigeria Species List, S o Tom and Pr ncipe Species List, Republic of the Congo, Senegal Species List, Seychelles Species List, Sierra Leone Species List, Rwanda Species List, Kenya Species List, Madagascar Species List, Malawi Species List, Liberia Species List, Mozambique Species List, Ethiopia Species List, Equatorial Guinea Species List, Gabon Species List, Ghana Species List, Gulf of Guinea Species List, Benin Species List, Botswana Species List, Burkina Faso Species List, Burundi Species List, Cameroon Species List, Democratic Republic of the Congo Species List, Angola Species List, Ivory Coast Species List, IUCN, Guinea Species List, Barcode of Life Data Systems, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, NMNH Herpetology in DwC A, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, CalPhotos, English Vernaculars for Landmark Taxa, NCBI GGBN GBIF BHL BOLDS data coverage, Wildfinder (WWF), wikipedia Italiano, wikipedia Español, Paleobiology Database, Environments EOL, wikipedia, Animal Diversity Web, Animal Diversity Web, EOL authors, AmphibiaWeb text, wikipedia 中文维基百科, wikipedia Français, wikipedia русскую Википедию, wikipedia 한국어 위키백과, wikipedia Deutsch, NCBI, wikipedia NL, wikipedia POL, wikipedia VI, wikipedia CZ, AmphibiaWeb distribution data, Wikidata, Wikidata, Wikidata, Global Biotic Interactions, wikipedia FI, wikipedia UK, wikipedia CA, wikipedia SV, wikipedia PT, Central African Republic Species List, and Namibia Species List

Synonyms

Common Names

English

African tree frogs preferred

Japanese

クサガエル科
Recognized by piaf

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