Hyperolius leleupi is a species of frog in the family Hyperoliidae. It is endemic to the Itombwe Mountains in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. This little-known but likely rare species occurs in high-altitude bamboo forests at around 2,550 m above sea level. Habitat loss caused by agriculture, livestock and human settlements is likely a threat.
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