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Southern Smooth Froglet
Breeding season: late summer and autumn. Females lay 80-150 pigmented eggs in moist leaf litter or within the bases of grass tussocks. The eggs stick together in clumps awaiting winter rainfall.
Adults have smooth undersides, often with a pink patch in each armpit and groin. Pale pink/white mottling with dark brown markings on the underside of hind limbs. Rounded snout and indistinct tympanum.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Relies on flooding for tadpole development to commence. If rains are delayed the unhatched tadpoles may survive if sufficient moisture is present.
Carnivore. Adults feed on invertebrates.
Damp locations under leaf litter and debris in low lying vegetated areas.