Schouteden’s reed frog Hyperolius schoutedeni
The first record of Schouteden’s reed frog (Hyperolius schoutedeni) in Gabon or the Republic of Congo provided researchers with an opportunity to collect the first tissue sample from the species.
[Specimens will be part of the National Science Foundation-supported iDigBio project, funded under NSF grants DBI 1115210 and DBI 1547229.]
To learn more about this research, see the Florida Museum news story In Gabon with a professional frog-catcher. (Date image taken: 2015-2018; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Jan. 23, 2020)
Credit: Gregory Jongsma, Florida Museum of Natural History
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