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Pseudophryne corroboree

Southern Corroboree Frog

Southern Corroboree Frog (Pseudophryne corroboree) is one of two corroboree frogs; The other is Northern Corroboree Frog. For a description and other information about Southern Corroboree Frog, please see Pseudophryne pengilleyi .

Current conservation status: Critically endangered.

Distribution: Only known from restricted locations in the Snowy Mountains National Park (NSW).

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Pseudophryne corroboree (Southern Corroboree Frog) at Kosciuszko National Park - 3 Jan 1976 by wombey Pseudophryne corroboree (Southern Corroboree Frog) at Kosciuszko National Park - 3 Jan 1976 by wombey
Pseudophryne corroboree (Southern Corroboree Frog) at Kosciuszko National Park - 3 Jan 1976 by wombey
Pseudophryne corroboree (Southern Corroboree Frog) at Kosciuszko National Park - 3 Jan 1976 by wombey

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Species information

  • Pseudophryne corroboree Scientific name
  • Southern Corroboree Frog Common name
  • Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive

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