Frogs of south-west NSW

A glovebox guide to their identification, ecology and conservation

Frogs are often heard, but not seen. Listening to frog calls is a common method of identifying them. This guide aims to assist in the identification of frog species commonly found on the highlands, tablelands, slopes, and plains of south-west New South Wales.

Date
7 July 2017
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Guide
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-787-6
  • ID OEH20170227
  • File PDF 7MB
  • Pages 87
  • Name frogs-south-west-nsw-170227.pdf

The booklet contains information on frog ecology and conservation and is a good starting point for anyone wanting to gain a broad understanding and appreciation of frogs and their ecology. Frogs are often heard, but not seen, so the guide includes recordings of calls for all species.

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