||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
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.