Waterfall Frog Litoria nannotis

Puschendorf, Robert, Alford, Ross A., Hoskin, Conrad J., and Cashins, Scott (2012) Waterfall Frog Litoria nannotis. In: Curtis, Lee K., Dennis, Andrew J., McDonald, Keith R., Kyne, Peter M., and Debus, Stephen J.S, (eds.) Queensland's Threatened Animals. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, VIC, Australia, pp. 158-159.

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[Extract] Adult males measure 31-52 mm in length and females 48-59 mm. The dorsal surface is smooth, with scattered small tubercules; the dorsal colour varies from green, brown, dull brown, pale brown, slaty grey, all with dark mottling. The ventral surface is smooth and pale. The limbs are robust, especially in males with particularly well developed forearms. The fingers have basal webbing and the toes are almost fully webbed. Males have a large black tipped spinules on the base of the thumb and accessory black tipped spinules on upper chest and occasionally on the lower jaw.

Item ID: 25847
Item Type: Book Chapter (Research - B1)
ISBN: 978-0-643-09614-1
Date Deposited: 03 Apr 2013 02:09
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