Guinea hosts an
abundance of frog species, and there are huge areas of the country yet to be
systematically studied. The chances of finding new species, especially in the
rugged highland regions, is extremely high, and many species remain undescribed.
Many of the smaller species, however, are hard to locate in the tangle of tree
roots, ferns, mosses, leaf litter and other debris which makes up the forest
floor in many hilly or mountainous areas. The species shown here are largely
from lower montane forests, between 800 and 1750 metres elevation.