Peron's Tree Frog at Golden Point

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Peron's Tree Frog at Golden Point

Postby ranorth » Mon Apr 17, 2017 9:52 pm

I have a 55-60mm long [i]Litoria Peroni[i] specimen on my kitchen window, somewhat outside of the nominal range. This is a few hundred meters north of the Expedition Pass Reservoir (which is to the west of the small location of Faraday). It seems to be healthy!
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Re: Peron's Tree Frog at Golden Point

Postby Aaron » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:25 pm

Nice shot and find, I had to look up where Golden Point was and its near Castlemaine. I would have thought these frogs would still be common out there but the records in the atlas are a bit patchy around Bendigo.

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