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Peters, W. C. H. (1863).  Fernere Mittheilungen über neue Batrachier. Monatsberichte der Königlichen Preussische Akademie des Wissenschaften zu Berlin. 1863, 445-470.
Du Preez, L. H. (1996).  A field Guide and Key to the frogs and Toads of the Free State. Department of Zoology and Entomology. Bloemfontein: University of the Orange Free State.
Inger, R., & Marx H. (1961).  The food of amphibians. Exploration du Parc National de l'Upemba.
Boulenger, G. A. (1898).  Fourth report on additions to the Batrachian Collection in the Natural-History Collection. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. Part III, 473-482.  Download: Boulenger_1898.pdf (1.84 MB)
Blake, D. K. (1965).  The fourth Umtali Museum expedition to Mozambique: November–December, 1964. Journal of the Herpetological Association of Rhodesia. 23/24, 31–46.
Pickersgill, M. (2007).  Frog Search. Results of Expeditions to Southern and Eastern Africa from 1993-1999. . Frankfurt Contributions to Natural History Volume 28. Frankfurt am Main: Edition Chimaira.,
Pickersgill, M. (2007).  Frog search: results of expeditions to southern and eastern Africa from 1993-1999. 574 p. Frankfurt am Main: Lanesboro, Minn.: Edition Chimaira; Zoo Book Sales, Serpent's Tale [U.S. distributor].
Lambiris, A. J. L. (1988).  Frogs and toads of the Natal Drakesberg. Ukhahlamba. Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press.
Wagner, V. A. (1965).  The Frogs of South Africa. 242 pp. Cape Town: Purnell & Sons.
Wager, V. A. (1986).  Frogs of South Africa. Craighall, South Africa: Delta Books.
Wager, V. A. (1965).  The Frogs of South Africa. Cape Town: Purnell & Sons.
Pienaar, U., Passmore N. I., & Carruthers V. C. (1976).  The Frogs of the Kruger National Park. Pretoria: National Parks Board of South Africa.
Lambiris, A. J. L. (1989).  The frogs of Zimbabwe. Torino: Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali.