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blue mountain tree frog
found south of grt div rnge into gipsland
bronze brown on back green sides black stripe
spawns running water, tadpoles good swimmers.
Litoria peroni "cra-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ahhk"
Peron's Tree Frog family Hylidae has pads on feet
Emerald-spotted Tree Frog,
Pads on digits, cross shaped eyes, yellow
splotches front of hind legs. Spawns in still water/swamps
Heleioporus australiacus "ou-ou-ou-ou-ou"
Giant Burrowing Frog Myobatrachidae no pads on feet
Eastern owl frog
Same distribution as blue mnts tree frog. Brown kinda plain, fat and round.
Philoria frosti (low) kruk kruk kruk kinda like a burp Myobatrachidae
Baw Baw Frog, no pads, limited range, hard to find because
stay under moss and fallen debris.
Spawns in bogs. Likes stability. Spent a lot of time hiding no weapons to defend themselves, meek animal.
Good sign of health of ecosystem coz
insects, soil, frogs etc.
Threatened by logging and development.
Litoria spenceri hylidae
Spotted Tree Frog, spencers tree
frog. Endangered. We are helping to
breed and study.
Smooth green when young, Warty on back and green black blotchy when older. Gold eyes with horizontal pupils. Known to bask in
sunlight. Fully webbed toes, loves to swim.
Moving water. Streamside ponds. North of GDR from Mansfield to Albury.
Neobatrachus sudelli craa-aw-aw-aw-aw-aw-aw-awk”
Common Spadefoot Toad
Mostly northwest of great div range,
widespread throughout central vic. often found in dry habitats, including
woodlands, shrubland, mallee, open, and disturbed areas.