Breeding season: July to October. Males call from concealed floating vegetation within waterbodies. Eggs (pigmented) are found individually or in loose clumps, scattered around the bottom of ponds. Eggs and tadpoles can be found in ponds, dams, swamps, flooded grasslands and ditches.
Dark stripes across rear leg. Stripe from eye to arm. Back with small orange-capped warts.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Sloane's Froglet is a small frog and is barely recognisable as a very young frog (metamorphling).
Carnivore. Adults feed on a wide variety of insects.
Adults are found in woodlands, floodplains, grasslands, and open and distrubed areas.
Native to Australia