BIBRON'S TOADLET FACTS
Bibron's Toadlet is mid to dark brown with a pair of boomerang-shaped ridges over the shoulder. The underside is marbled black and white. Tadpoles are dark brown with clear fins that are finely flecked with black or brown.
dry forest, woodland, shrubland and grassland where they shelter under leaf litter in moist depressions
Between 70 and 200 eggs are laid in loose clumps in shallow burrows under litter, near water. The rain washes them into the water. Tadpoles are found in ponds, flooded grassland and roadside ditches.
found across much of south-eastern Australia
Map is from Atlas of Living Australia website at http://biocache.ala.org.au licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
|Common Name:||Bibron's Toadlet|
Relatives in same Genus
Red-crowned Toadlet (P. australis)
Red-backed Toadlet (P. coriacea)
Corroboree Frog (P. corroboree)