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Litoria verreauxii alpina

2 Alpine Tree-frog at Mount Clear, ACT

Litoria verreauxii alpina at Mount Clear, ACT - 18 Dec 2022
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Identification history

Litoria verreauxii alpina 20 Dec 2022 wombey
Litoria verreauxii alpina 20 Dec 2022 A.mitchell

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User's notes

Lots of tadpoles in the head pool of an under-track drainage pipe.


AnkeMaria wrote:
   21 Dec 2022
Hi there wondering about the current condition of the Naas Fire trail as the track has been impassable for months! I would like to do some night surveys later this months as all surveys had to be postponed in October. Would be great to hear from you first hand cheers- Anke Maria from FrogWatch
A.mitchell wrote:
   29 Mar 2023
Hi Anke,
The river was high but other than that, the track was in good condition at least to horse gully?
AnkeMaria wrote:
   29 Mar 2023
great to hear, Hopefully Car access will be good for a series of spring surveys. Getting to horse gully hut reduces the walk in from 14km to 4 km one way- much more realistic for a night activity! Please keep me posted

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Location information

Species information

  • Litoria verreauxii alpina Scientific name
  • Alpine Tree-frog Common name
  • Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 16 - 100 Abundance
  • 18 Dec 2022 01:21 PM Recorded on
  • A.mitchell Recorded by

Additional information

  • Larvae Breeding behaviour
  • Mixed Gender
  • Alive / healthy Animal health

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