Kabobo Massif is part of the Eastern Afromontane biodiversity hotspot, one of the Earth’s 35 biodiversity hotspots, the most biologically rich yet threatened areas around the globe (link to hotspots). Despite the global importance of the region, there are large areas that have still been poorly explored for its biodiversity and as a result there is the potential to significantly increase its importance through biological surveys. Biologically overlooked areas are often small forest fragments in remote areas, but this is not the case of the Kabobo massif of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).