Common Froglet

Common froglet
Copyright: PWS​

Up to 30 mm long, this widespread species is by far the most abundant in the State. The common froglet (Crinia signifera) is found throughout agricultural areas, forests, sedgelands and moorlands, where it occurs beneath rocks, vegetation and leaf litter near ponds and swamps. 

audio buttonIts call is a rapidly repeated 'craak, craak, craak, craak' heard throughout the year especially after rain.

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