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Ormiston Gorge, NT, Australia

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Old Monday 18th February 2019, 16:15   #1
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Ormiston Gorge, NT, Australia

Anyone able to ID this little frog - approx 1cm. Sitting on boulders several metres above the water.

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There are only about nine frog species in that part of Australia. I think this looks like Litoria rubella, the Desert Tree Frog, a fairly widespread species across the northern half of Australia.
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