Yellow-bellied Puddle Frog
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So named for its yellow belly, this forest species thrives in our forest streams, and is often well camouflaged by its grey-brown mottled skin. Often seen in shallow streams with its relatively small head protruding above the water surface.
Habitat Occurs mainly in small streams and gullies in lowland primary and secondary forests. Can be spotted sitting in shallow water with its head emerged.
Size (snout to vent)Female 4.8cm, Male 3.1cm