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Barking Marsh Frog
Breeding season: spring - autumn, after heavy rains. Females lay approximately 300 pigmented eggs, in a floating foam mass which is often partly attached to grasses. Eggs hatch three days after being laid. Males call from concealed floating vegetation within waterbodies.
Reddish-orange patch on their upper eyelid.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Barking Frog is a species of non-burrowing frog which has a single 'dog-like' bark.
Carnivore. Adults feed on a wide variety of insects.
Adults are most often associated with water, in woodlands and floodplains of rivers. Found under rocks, logs and in yabby burrows. In Victoria, distribution is restricted to the floodplains of the Murray River.
Native to Australia