Month: March 2014

Green thighed frog (Litoria brevipalmata). Sometimes a beautiful lime green colour is visible between their thighs and hind legs, not seen here.

Simply put, Thursday was great. It rained almost 12 hours straight, dumping up to 250mm of rain on several parts of the Sunshine Coast and elsewhere &...

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A brevi good night!

Copper-backed broodfrog (Pseudophryne raveni). They have a quite monotone copper back.

Good things come to those who wait – and a lot of people had been waiting! Tuesday marked the beginning of what was to be the wettest period in ...

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Better late than Never

Cute juvenile Tusked frog (Adelotus brevis

Last Thursday night I was fortunate to score a lift out with Eva (MRCCC) to the peaceful township of Conondale for her final frog workshop and survey ...

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Hanging in There

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