We saw quite a few of these frogs sleeping on the rushes in the Okavango delta. They were highly variable in color pattern but I believe they were all H. marmoratus. - https://www.herpmapper.org/voucher/39155/full.jpg
Resting on a plant along the forest path
Approx. 2 cm in length.
Found on orchid cactus (epyphyllum) plant
I presume this is another alboguttatus, but I put it in a separate entry because it looked quite different from the other males present (http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2633421).
Both sexes. These were at a little pool next to our hotel in town, but I can't remember exactly where in town it was.
The Hyperoliidae, sedge and bush frogs, are a large family of small to medium-sized, brightly colored frogs which contains more than 250 species in 19 genera. Seventeen genera are native to sub-Saharan Africa. In addition, the monotypic genus Tachycnemis occurs on the Seychelles Islands, and the genus Heterixalus (currently 10 species) is endemic to Madagascar.