Frog Watch Porongurup

There is an incredibly rich frog presence in and around the Porongurup and on down to the Kalgan Plain to the north. This is probably because this area very quickly transitions through 3 different vegetation zones - Tall Forest; Jarrah Forest and Esperance Sandplain - all within just 20km or ...more ↓

Spotted-thighed Frog 1
Ranoidea cyclorhynchus
Motorbike Frog 2
Ranoidea moorei
Slender Tree Frog 2
Litoria adelaidensis
Western Banjo Frog 1
Limnodynastes dorsalis
Moaning Frog 1
Heleioporus eyrei
Western Spotted Frog 3
Heleioporus albopunctatus
Sand Frog 1
Heleioporus psammophilus
White-footed Frog 4
Neobatrachus albipes
Humming Frog 5
Neobatrachus pelobatoides
Quacking Frog 6
Crinia georgiana
Rattling Froglet 1
Crinia glauerti
Bleating Froglet 1
Crinia pseudinsignifera
South Coast Froglet 6
Crinia subinsignifera
Ticking Frog 1
Geocrinia leai
Crawling Toadlet 6
Pseudophryne guentheri
Turtle Frog 2
Myobatrachus gouldii
Forest Toadlet 7
Metacrinia nichollsi

Edited by Loxley Fedec and Friends of The Porongurup Range, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)

Photo Credits

  • 1. (c) Loxley Fedec, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Loxley Fedec
  • 2. (c) Ry Beaver, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Ry Beaver
  • 3. (c) Donald Hobern, some rights reserved (CC BY)
  • 4. (c) Lily Kumpe, all rights reserved, uploaded by Lily Kumpe
  • 5. (c) John Sear, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by John Sear
  • 6. (c) Friends of The Porongurup Range, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC), uploaded by Friends of The Porongurup Range
  • 7. (c) Lisa Bennett, some rights reserved (CC BY), uploaded by Lisa Bennett