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Litoria aurea

Green and Golden Bell Frog

Current conservation status: Extinct in ACT, Endangered (NSW), Nationally vulnerable.

Distribution: Previously widely distributed in ACT, Southern Highlands and Monaro. Now only two known population in Canberra region.

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Litoria aurea (Green and Golden Bell Frog) at Gungahlin, ACT - 15 Jan 1976 by wombey Litoria aurea (Green and Golden Bell Frog) at Durran Durra, NSW - 2 Dec 1975 by wombey
Litoria aurea (Green and Golden Bell Frog) at Gungahlin, ACT - 15 Jan 1976 by wombey
Litoria aurea (Green and Golden Bell Frog) at Durran Durra, NSW - 2 Dec 1975 by wombey

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Species information

  • Litoria aurea Scientific name
  • Green and Golden Bell Frog Common name
  • Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive

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