General Description

Body colour and pattern variable. Back mostly brown or black in colour with a striped, plain or marbled pattern. Belly rough with small lumps, and white with grey to black spots. The Eastern Sign-bearing Froglet is morphologically indistinguishable from the Common Eastern Froglet. Call: long, "squeeeelcchh". Up to 3 cm long.


Eastern Sign-bearing Froglets are difficult to see, but are often heard calling from temporarily flooded areas. Their eggs usually take three months to become tadpoles.


South-eastern mainland Australia.


Woodlands and flood plains.

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