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Public coordinates shown as a random point within 10KM of the true coordinates. True coordinates are only visible to you and the curators of projects to which you add the observation.
Coordinates completely hidden from public maps, true coordinates only visible to you and the curators of projects to which you add the observation. Observations with private coordinates will still be used to verify place check lists.
This hyperoliid was found in a forested area 2 km south of Mbalangi in the Fako District of southwestern Cameroon together with a Leptopelis boulengeri, Opisthothylax immaculatus, Amietophrynus tuberosus, and a Charina (Calabaria) reinhardtii.