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Recent observations

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Observer

herpguy

Date

March 24, 1991

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This sub-adult Goliath Frog was observed next to a stream at night in a forested area near Loum, Cameroon.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kerejoo

Date

the past

Photos / Sounds

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Observer

herpguy

Date

March 22, 1991

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This frog was found at night on a large boulder along the edge of a stream bordering the small town of Mutengene in southwest Cameroon.

Photos / Sounds

What

Goliath frog Conraua goliath

Observer

muir

Date

February 15, 2012 08:00 AM EST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Live Goliath frogs, sold on the side of the road for bushmeat.

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Observer

yannick

Date

November 7, 2009

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Frog for sale (bushmeat) along the road from Loum to Nkongsamba (Cameroon)

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Description from Wikipedia

Petropedetinae is a subfamily of frogs placed within the true frog family, Ranidae by many authors, but this is quite disputed and at least part of this group is often treated as a distinct family Petropedetidae, in which case the Cacosterninae and Phrynobatrachinae are usually separated as subfamilies or even distinct families, Cacosternidae and Phrynobatrachidae. Most members of this subfamily are in the genus Phrynobatrachus. These frogs are essentially limited to sub-Saharan Africa, with the highest...

No range data available.