What kind of frog is this?

Need some help to identify a frog (or tadpole or egg mass)? Sounds like a job for the collective minds of the Community. Photographs and/or recordings are greatly appreciated. Results guaranteed (All money cheerfully refunded).

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kazzy18
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What kind of frog is this?

Postby kazzy18 » Sat Jan 07, 2006 9:18 pm

I find this frog quite often around our place but have never find out exactly what type it is. :shock:
I live at Narrabri in Northwest NSW.
Could anyone help me in identifying it please.
Thanks,
Kaz
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Postby Eipper » Sun Jan 08, 2006 11:45 am

Hi all,

No "might be" about that....it is 100% Litoria rubella

Regards,

Scott Eipper

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Postby Ann » Sun Jan 08, 2006 8:00 pm

Hi Scott just noticed that one of the photos taken on the site of the Litoria rubella is one of yours, do you have a lot of pics on here?
Ann

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Postby Eipper » Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:40 am

Ann,

About 50 of them are mine.

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Scott Eipper

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Postby Ann » Mon Jan 09, 2006 12:37 pm

Eipper wrote:Ann,

About 50 of them are mine.

Regards,
Scott Eipper


Congratulations! :lol: Do you do frog stuff as a full time job?
Thanks for all the info you help us out with!
Ann

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Postby Eipper » Tue Jan 10, 2006 3:27 pm

Ann,

I will "hopefully" attending uni this year.

I am qualified Plumber, but started with herps when I was 5....I now specialise in elapids (venomous snakes), varanids (monitors) and Crocodiles, but over the years I have worked with most species of Reptile, Amphibian and Bird that can kept in Victoria.

I now tend to be envolved in alot of field work (I conduct biodiversity surveys) and photography.

Regards,
Scott Eipper


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