Common Eastern Froglet

Crinia signifera Girard, 1853

Like everywhere else this is a very common frog and can be found in roadside ditches at various times and thoughout local freshwater wetlands

How to identify Crinia signifera?

Body colour and pattern variable. Back mostly brown or black in colour with a striped, plain or marbled pattern. Belly rough with small lumps, and white with grey to black spots

What habitats does Crinia signifera live in?

They can be found in a diverse range of habitats including, beneath rocks, vegetation and debris at the edge of creeks, ponds, swamps and areas of seepage

What is the distribution of Crinia signifera?

Southeastern Australia from Queensland to South Australia including throughout Tasmania

How big does Crinia signifera grow?

Can grow up to around 30mm

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