|Brown Tree Frog|
A common and widespread species often found in suburban gardens.
This widespread species is by far the most abundant in the State.
|Eastern Banjo Frog|
Found throughout most of eastern Tasmania and to the north of Macquarie Harbour, this species has a remarkable banjo-like call.
|Green and Gold Frog|
The only Tasmanian species listed as vulnerable - as population levels have declined markedly over the past ten years.
The latest 'addition' to the Tasmanian frog fauna, discovered in 1992 in the beautiful Hartz Mountains.
The smooth froglet is found throughout northern and central Tasmania.
Found throughout the eastern half of Tasmania, this brilliantly patterned species is a close relative of the well-known corroboree frog.
|Spotted Marsh Frog|
Found throughout north eastern Tasmania, where it occurs in farm dams, open woodlands, creeks and coastal wetlands.
|Striped Marsh Frog|
An uncommon species confined to the far north-west and north-east, as well as King Island.
Found only in Tasmania, this species is common throughout much of the State, often at high altitudes.
|Tasmanian Tree Frog|
Found only in Tasmania, the Tasmanian tree frog is restricted to the west of the State.