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Stoney Creek Frog

Litoria wilcoxii

Description:

Females larger than males though the males in breeding are bright yellow in color. A black head stripe begins at the snout and passes through the yey and narrows to pass over the tympanum to the shoulder where it breaks into a series of spots on the flanks.

Habitat:

Rainforest and sclerophyll forests. Males tend to be near water where as females are found far away from a water source.

Notes:

Found a few females at Cedar creek falls.

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2 Comments

ScottHarte
ScottHarte 2 years ago

yup, you are correct

Christiane
Christiane 2 years ago

Hi Scott.. This should be Litoria wilcoxii not Litoria jungguy I think?

QLD, Australia

Lat: -20.40, Long: 148.72

Spotted on Mar 10, 2012
Submitted on Mar 16, 2012

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