Green and Golden Bell Frog
|Other Common Names||
Golden Bell Frog
Breeding season: October to January. Males usually call while floating in open water. Eggs are pigmented and are contained within a floating jelly raft which later breaks up and sinks.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Green and Golden Bell Frog is one of a few frogs that is active during the day and basks in the sun.
Carnovire. Adults feed on insects and other frogs.
Adults live in wet areas, in or close to water in forests, woodlands, shrublands and open or disturbed areas.
Native to Australia