Family: MyobatrachidaeDescription: This frog is brown to grey on its back, with dark spots and blotches. There are usually three pink to orange-red stripes on its back - two on each side and one down the middle. There is a dark band through the eye and a dark patch below it. Another orange-red stripe runs from below the eye to the top of the arms. The belly is white and the thighs, groin and sides of the body are mottled black and white. The skin is smooth and the toes are slightly webbed.
Common names: Salmon Striped Frog; Steindachner's Frog; Salmin's Striped Marshfrog
Size: 70 mm
Habitat: This frog spends a lot of its time underground and only comes to the surface after rain. When it emerges it can be found under logs, loose bark and stones. It breeds in marshes, ditches and ponds.