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Leptopelis uluguruensis (juvenile) | ©Loïc Denès

Commonly known as Uluguru Forest Treefrog (English), Uluguru Tree Frog (English), Vyura miti wa Msitu ya Uluguru (Swahili), or Vyura miti wa Uluguru (Swahili), this small frog is scientifically named Leptopelis uluguruensis (Hyperoliidae).

This species is endemic to several mountains in the Eastern Arc chain of Tanzania.

This frog has an indistinct tympanum. The dorsum is blue-green in some individuals and yellow-brown in others, often with light spots or rings. In males the throat is translucent blue. Pupils are vertical. The iris may be brown or silver. Toes are only about ½ webbed. Pectoral glands are not present in males [1]. 

Populations of this species are decreasing and it has recently changed from Vulnerable (2004) to Endangered on the IUCN Red List (2013) [2].

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