Spotted Grass Frog is one of the most common frogs within its range. It is usually found in association with water, and in dry periods shelters in cracks in the ground, usually under large rocks. Some have a stripe down the centre of their back, but the stripe is missing from the rest. Adult length: 30-47mm.
Current conservation status: Common.
Distribution: Occupies many types of habitat, widespread below 900 m in ACT.
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Limnodynastes tasmaniensis has been recorded at: