Brown-striped Frog, also known as Striped Marsh Frog, is a large wetland-dwelling frog and voracious hunter, this frog eats almost any animal smaller than itself, including small frogs. Adult length: 45-75mm.
Current conservation status: Uncommon in ACT.
Distribution: Found in localised pockets, mostly found in northern ACT.
MapsMount Majura Black Mountain Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve Mount Mugga Mugga Cooleman Ridge Mulanggari Grasslands Jerrabomberra Wetlands Bruce Ridge Central Molonglo Namadgi National Park The Pinnacle Callum Brae Dunlop Grasslands Jerrabomberra Grassland Mulligans Flat Crace Grasslands Australian National University Point Hut Pond Stranger Pond Bruce Ponds Lake Ginninderra ANBG Fadden Hills Pond Umbagong District Park Lake Burley Griffin Central/East Coombs Ponds National Arboretum Forests Tuggeranong Homestead Dangelong Nature Reserve Mongarlowe River Gang Gang at Yass River Jarramlee Pond Franklin Grassland Reserve Flea Bog Flat, Bruce
Points of interestPoint 4761
PlacesO'Malley, ACT Banks, ACT Bruce, ACT Gordon, ACT Fyshwick, ACT O'Connor, ACT Latham, ACT Mongarlowe, NSW Hume, ACT Harrison, ACT Greenleigh, NSW Dunlop, ACT Spence, ACT Charleys Forest, NSW Phillip, ACT Boro, NSW
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