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Breeding season: October to November. Males call from concealed floating vegetation within waterbodies. Breeds in permanent dams, flooded ditches or grasslands.
Red patch on the thighs. Pale triangular patch on the head.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The Smooth Toadlet usually hides and emerges to breed after summer or spring rains flood the area.
Carnivore. Adults feed on a wide variety of insects.
Adults live in dry forests, sclerophyll forests, grasslands and farmlands along the coast, slopes and ranges.
Native to Australia