SPOTTED MARSH FROG FACTS
The Spotted Marsh Frog is a light brown to olive-green frog with large, irregular green or brown spots. Some specimens have a thin cream, yellow or orange stripe along the back from the snout to the vent. It has a raised pale stripe from below the eye to the base of the arm. The underside is white.
Spotted Grass Frog
found in many habitats, including, dams, ditches, ponds, flooded grassland and slow moving creeks in urban areas, farmland, woodland.
lays eggs in a floating foamy nest
The Spotted Marsh Frog is found throughout New South Wales, Victoria, eastern South Australia, most of Queensland and eastern Tasmania.
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:||Spotted Marsh Frog|
Relatives in same Genus
Eastern Banjo Frog (L. dumerili)
Striped Marsh Frog (L. peroni)
Salmon-striped Frog (L. salmini)
Northern Banjo Frog (L. terraereginae)