TASMANIAN FROGLET FACTS
The Tasmanian Froglet is a small brown frog often with spots or blotches of another colour. Some individuals are all brown or all black. It often has a reddish stripe from the nostril and down each side. The underside is white with some red and dark blotches, and some red in the thighs.
The Tasmanian Froglet is found in shallow streams, ponds, dams, swamps. Inhabits rainforest, woodland, grassland, alpine areas.
The female frog lays up to 100 eggs in still water. The egg capsules are about 7mm
found only in 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:||Tasmanian Froglet|
Relatives in same Genus
Eastern Common Froglet (C. signifera)
Wallum Froglet (C. tinnula)