Eastern Snapping Frog

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(New Holland Frog)
Cyclorana novaehollandiae

Frog most often mistaken for a cane toad. A large frog with the habit of sitting up tall on the road like the cane toad.

Description

    • Body size to 10cm
    • Big broad head with short, fairly pointed snout
    • Wide mouth
    • Similar colour to the cane toad but moist skin with a few thing long ridges and no large glands
    • Usually found around pools in grassland and open forest areas or on roads

Photos

Eastern Snapping Frog © NQ Dry Tropics 2015 Eastern Snapping Frog © NQ Dry Tropics 2015

Related Information

Eastern Snapping Frog (Cyclorana novaehollandiae) © NQ Dry Tropics 2015

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