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Current conservation status: Extinct in ACT, Endangered (NSW), Nationally vulnerable. Family: Hylidae Appearance: A large green or green and brown/gold cloured frog, with fully webbed toes. They have a smooth back and bright blue or purple on the hind side of the thighs. Length: up to 120mm Bree... Continue reading
This species is one of 2 subspecies of Litoria verreauxii. Please see also Whistling Tree-frog Litoria verreauxii verreauxii. Current conservation status: Vulnerable in NSW due to its decline. Chytrid fungus is believed to be partly responsible for the decline of this subspecies. (Wikipedia). Fami... Continue reading
Current conservation status: Rare, an insufficiently known species. Anecdotal and survey evidence indicates widespread decline since 1980s. Its taxonomic status is uncertain. Family: Myobatrachidae Appearance: Small terrestrial frog. Dorsal colour varies from brown to light or dark grey, typically... Continue reading
Current conservation status: Uncommon, more data required on distribution and abundance. Distribution: In ACT there are localised populations above 800m.... Continue reading
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