Common Eastern Froglet
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Breeding season: throughout the year. Females lay 100-150 pigmented eggs usually found singly or in small groups often attached to submerged vegetation.
Adults are generally brown or grey with grey or black boomerang shaped ridges on the shoulders, interrupted by the forearm but then continuing to the groin. Pointed snout and indistinct tympanum.
South-eastern Australia and Tasmania.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
One of the most common frog species. May be heard calling all year.
Carnivore. Adults feed on invertebrates.
Well vegetated edges of streams, temporary and permanent ponds, roadside drains and ditches, dams and swamps to seasonally flooded areas.
Native to Australia