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Stripe Marsh Frog Striped Marsh Frog: : (Limnodynastes peroni)
    • Light brown or grey-brown above with a series of irregular dark brown stripes and spots.
    • There is usually a broad band running from the centre of the head, along the body to the vent.
    • White below, often with a few brown flecks.
    • Can be heard in the pond out the front of reception at Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge.
    • They are in the creek at Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge.
  • Usually found associated with permanent water throughout its range. For example, swamps, marshes dams and ponds.


  • The Striped Marsh Frog grows to an average length of sixty-five millimetres.


  • The call is a loud "thok" sounding as though a hammer is hitting an anvil. These are repeated at intervals of a few seconds.

Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodges
Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
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