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Wilcox's Frog
Litoria wilcoxii

Wilcox's Frog is a medium-sized frog at 3.5-6.9 cm (females are larger than males) that occurs down the eastern coast of Australia from a little north of Townsville down to Sydney. They are closely related to the Jungguy Frog and along with Lesueur's Frog, all three were once consider conspecific (i.e. the same species). When breeding, the males take on a yellow-green colour while non-breeding males and females are a light brown. They are also known as the Stony Creek Frog, being often found in or near flowing water.
 

Wilcox's Frog

Wilcox's Frog

1-2: Stroud, NSW, 26/11/2010.