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Less common frogs of the Capital Region

Overview

All information contained in this section is taken from:

  • Lintermans, M. and Osborne, W. (2002) Wet & Wild. A Field Guide to the Freshwater Animals of the Southern Tablelands and High Country of the ACT and NSW. Environment ACT.
  • David Hunter (2014) Frogs : A Glovebox Guide To the Highlands, Tablelands and Slopes of Southern and Central New South Wales.
  • Amphibian Research Centre - Frogs of Australia database. http://frogs.org.au/frogs/species

The frogs in this section are less common in our local region. However, Litoria latopalmata has been found during Frogwatch activities at the Cotter River Campground, along the Queanbeyan River and in West Belconnen (Strathnairn).

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Litoria latopalmata (Broad-palmed Tree-frog)

Litoria latopalmata
Litoria latopalmata
Litoria latopalmata
Litoria latopalmata

Litoria lesueuri (Lesueur's Tree-frog)

Litoria lesueuri
Litoria lesueuri
Litoria lesueuri
Litoria lesueuri
Litoria lesueuri
Litoria lesueuri

Pseudophryne bibronii (Brown Toadlet)

Pseudophryne bibronii
Pseudophryne bibronii
Pseudophryne bibronii
Pseudophryne bibronii
Pseudophryne bibronii
Pseudophryne bibronii

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