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Cooloola Sedgefrog (Litoria cooloolensis). Notice the black speckling on their back; characteristic to this species.

The greater Sunshine Coast region is home to three species of ‘acid frog'; the Wallum Sedgefrog (Litoria olongburensis), Wallum Froglet (Crinia ...

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Cool frogs at Cooloola

Chirping Froglet (Crinia deserticola)

Over the Easter break I headed up to our family holiday house at Burrum Heads. I was a little hesitant in going as we had more good rain on the Coast,...

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Cryptic Crinia No. 4*

Sandy Gungan  (Uperoleia fusca)

Whilst I feel for our more northern Queenslanders, and would hate to experience the full fury of a cyclone, such weather events usually make for great...

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Making the Most of Marcia

Giant barred frog (Mixophes iteratus), adult female

I was invited to join Ed Meyer last Friday night, in the wake of the large downpour we received a day earlier. Ed was my co-supervisor during my Honou...

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Evening with Ed

Wallum sedgefrog (Litoria olongburensis) leg/thigh/groin region. Notice the blue, purple and orange colours present. Their vibrancy will vary but this is a sure way to tell.

I travelled out to Bribie Island Tuesday night gone, not to engage in any sus activity suggested by this post title, but to join several other frogger...

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Showing some leg

Yep, as of Friday gone I’ve now finished all my field work relating to my Honours wallum frog project. As already noted elsewhere, I’m ext...

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Finally Finished!

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