We took a mokoro ride through the papyrus and our guide found this frog. He called it a "painted reed frog" but other images on this site more closely match Kachalola Reed Frog.
I don't know the species of this little green tree frog, but it was on our gate so I took a picture. Isn't it beautiful? I know there are frogs like this around, but never see them. I assume it's because they're green and so is practically everything else. It really pops out against the red of our gate though.
I added a third photo I took with my phone showing the relatively small size compared to my finger.
Captured briefly for imaging but released back to the water where it was found from.
Pair of brown frogs on vine leaves
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.