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HOL110 Holder wetlands site, btw Cotter Rd and Dixon Dr on 4 Nov 2019

3 confirmed species

Author's notes

recent rains have filled the pond to cover all recent plantings

Identification history

Frog Limnodynastes tasmaniensis 1 - 5 12 Nov 2019 AnkeMaria
Frog Crinia signifera 1 - 5 12 Nov 2019 AnkeMaria
Frog Crinia parinsignifera 6 - 20 12 Nov 2019 AnkeMaria
Frog Crinia parinsignifera 6 - 20 11 Nov 2019 Fleur
Frog Crinia signifera 1 - 5 11 Nov 2019 Fleur
Frog Limnodynastes tasmaniensis 1 - 5 11 Nov 2019 Fleur

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AnkeMaria wrote:
   12 Nov 2019
Guess the Limnodynastis species are gone - Pobbelbonk and striped marsh frogs, as there is not much marshy habitat left
Lim tasmaniensis seems to be the toughest one out of the three!!

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