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South East QLD Frogs and Toads

Have you seen a frog lately that you want to identify but didn't take a photo? Do you remember if it had pads/disks on its toes?
If so then this page has been designed for these scenarios.

All the frog species listed have been grouped on the basis of whether they have finger disks and toe pads or not. Simply click on either option below and scroll through the list. To quickly view what each species looks like, hover your mouse over the 'Image' text to see a picture appear. Click on the 'Call' text to listen to each species.

The threatened status of each species is provided under three species assessments:
Commonwealth's Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act 1999,
Queensland Nature Conservation (NC) Act (1992), and the
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Species with an asterisk (*) beside their name may be confused for a cane toad (conservatively marked).

Frogs without finger disks and/or toe pads

Frogs with finger disks and toe pads

Czechura, G. (2008) 'Frogs of South-East Queensland: A Queensland Museum Wild Guide', Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Australia, pp.68.