The “puddle frogs” are small brown frogs with variable color patterns and small raised bumps on the dorsum. They are commonly found near puddles, streams or flooded grassy areas. Several new species have been discovered recently and there are likely many undescribed species (Text from Harper et al., 2010).
This family is confined to sub-Saharan Africa (Harper et al., 2010).
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