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Here we supply many of the images used to classify the color pattern type for specimens of Afrixalus paradorsalis. **Methods.** Specimens were photographed in life or in preservation and assigned to a qualitative pattern type “1,” “2,” or “intermediate” on the basis of dorsal coloration. In individuals with pattern type 1, a dark unbroken mid-dorsal band extends posteriorly from the inter-orbital region towards the urostyle, whereas in individuals with pattern type 2, this band is either broken or absent, and may instead appear as one or two discrete dark patches on lighter ground coloration. To assess whether pattern type is associated with distinct phylogeographic lineages, we examined the distribution of the pattern type for each frog on the mtDNA phylogeny.
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