Leptopelis

Leptopelis Günther, 1859

Taxonomic Children

Total: 51

Leptopelis anchietae (Bocage, 1873), Leptopelis argenteus (Pfeffer, 1893), Leptopelis aubryi (Duméril, 1856), Leptopelis aubryioides (Andersson, 1907), Leptopelis barbouri Ahl, 1929, Leptopelis bequaerti Loveridge, 1941, Leptopelis bocagii (Günther, 1865), Leptopelis boulengeri (Werner, 1898), Leptopelis brevipes (Boulenger, 1906), Leptopelis brevirostris (Werner, 1898), Leptopelis bufonides Schiøtz, 1967, Leptopelis calcaratus (Boulenger, 1906), Leptopelis christyi (Boulenger, 1912), Leptopelis concolor Ahl, 1929, Leptopelis crystallinoron Lötters, Rödel, and Burger, 2005, Leptopelis cynnamomeus (Bocage, 1893), Leptopelis fenestratus Laurent, 1972, Leptopelis fiziensis Laurent, 1973, Leptopelis flavomaculatus (Günther, 1864), Leptopelis gramineus (Boulenger, 1898), Leptopelis jordani Parker, 1936, Leptopelis karissimbensis Ahl, 1929, Leptopelis kivuensis Ahl, 1929, Leptopelis lebeaui (De Witte, 1933), Leptopelis mackayi Köhler, Bwong, Schick, Veith, and Lötters, 2006, Leptopelis macrotis Schiøtz, 1967, Leptopelis marginatus (Bocage, 1895), Leptopelis millsoni (Boulenger, 1895), Leptopelis modestus (Werner, 1898), Leptopelis mossambicus Poynton, 1985, Leptopelis natalensis (Smith, 1849), Leptopelis nordequatorialis Perret, 1966, Leptopelis notatus (Peters, 1875), Leptopelis occidentalis Schiøtz, 1967, Leptopelis ocellatus (Mocquard, 1902), Leptopelis oryi Inger, 1968, Leptopelis palmatus (Peters, 1868), Leptopelis parbocagii Poynton and Broadley, 1987, Leptopelis parkeri Barbour and Loveridge, 1928, Leptopelis parvus Schmidt and Inger, 1959, Leptopelis ragazzii (Boulenger, 1896), Leptopelis rufus Reichenow, 1874, Leptopelis spiritusnoctis Rödel, 2007, Leptopelis susanae Largen, 1977, Leptopelis uluguruensis Barbour and Loveridge, 1928, Leptopelis vannutellii (Boulenger, 1898), Leptopelis vermiculatus (Boulenger, 1909), Leptopelis viridis (Günther, 1869), Leptopelis xenodactylus Poynton, 1963, Leptopelis yaldeni Largen, 1977, Leptopelis zebra Amiet, 2001

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