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Frog Identification

Would you like to practice your frog identification skills???

Just click on the recordings below to listen to a range of individual calls and frog choruses.


Crinia parinsignifera (Plains Froglet)

Crinia signifera (Common Eastern Froglet)

Limnodynastes dumerillii (Eastern Banjo Frog or Pobblebonk)

Limnodynastes peronii (Brown-striped Frog or Striped Marsh Frog)

Limnodynastes tasmaniensis (Spotted Grass Frog)

Neobatrachus sudelli (Spotted Burrowing Frog)

Uperoleia leavigata (Smooth Toadlet)

Litoria latopalmata (Broad-palmed Rocket Frog)

Litoria peronii (Peron’s Tree Frog or Emerald Spotted Tree Frog)

Litoria verreuxii (Whistling Tree Frog)

Litoria lesueri (Lesuer’s Frog or Stony Creek Frog)

Pseudophryne bibronii (Brown Toadlet)

Pseudophryne corroborree (Corroborree Frog)

Pseudophryne dendyi (Southern Toadlet)

Litoria phyllochroa (Cotter River Frog)

Litoria aurea (Green and Golden Bell Frog)


Try to estimate the abundance of each species within a chorus (1-5, 6-20, 21-50, 51-100, >100)

Chorus 1   – Mystery Frog #1/1 Mystery Frog #2/1Mystery Frog #3/1                        Answers

Chorus 2   – Mystery Frog #1/2 Mystery Frog #2/2Mystery Frog #3/2                        Answers

Chorus 3   – Mystery Frog #1/3 Mystery Frog #2/3Mystery Frog #3/3                        Answers

Chorus 4   – Mystery Frog #1/4 Mystery Frog #2/4Mystery Frog #3/4                        Answers

Chorus 5   – Mystery Frog #1/5Mystery Frog #2/5Mystery Frog #3/5                        Answers


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