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Download scientific diagram | Hyperolius viridiflavus males (PhJ left, PhF), Kenya: Kakamega Forest (specimens not collected). from publication: Bio-sketches and partitioning of sympatric reed frogs, genus Hyperolius (Amphibia; Hyperoliidae), in two humid tropical African forest regions |...
I have now seen that Andy has been commenting on this, which I did not realise. I believe you are correct Andy and it is common reed frog. Thanks for you comment. Hopefully you now know that I did not respond as I did not see that you had commented as you are blocked. If I click see ignored member it appears briefly and then disappears. I would rather leave our political disagreements off other threads. I would like to unblock you but, unless I stop looking looking at Ruffled Feathers, that is not an option at the moment as I rise to the bait far too easily.