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Chiromantis petersii is a species of frog in the family Rhacophoridae. It is found in Kenya and Tanzania and is broadly distributed in the inland areas of both countries. Common names Peters' foam-nest treefrog, Peters' foam-nest frog, and central foam-nest tree frog have been proposed for it.
Chiromantis petersii occurs in dry savanna woodland, generally in areas receiving less than 800 mm rain per year. It also occurs in agricultural and suburban situations. Breeding takes place in temporary pools and involves foam nests. It is a widespread and reasonably common species. It is probably not experiencing significant threats, although it might locally be impacted by overgrazing.
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