General Description

Body grey with patches of yellow and dark grey, belly darker with small white spots. Well developed paratoid glands (lump behind the eye). The groin, thighs and upper forearm are bright yellow. Fingers short, toes long with no webbing. Up to 3 cm long.


Martin's Toadlets burrow in the ground and also shelter in logs and leaf litter. Breeding sites include swamps, flooded grasslands and ponds.


Isolated populations in south-eastern coastal Australia, from East Gippsland to the south-eastern corner of New South Wales.


Dry forest and woodlands.

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