Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Colour above B&W below

Back at home after a few weeks away and with the wet weather this year we now have lots of grass cutting to do, Still I did manage to take some time out to get a couple of photos of a Red-backed Toadlet Pseudophryne coriacea which was one of three rescued from the pool this morning as the rain last night must have encouraged the excursion.

These toadlets range down the coast from southern Queensland to a little south of us and they are found in the damp leaf litter of the forest. The colouring is quite striking but it is the bold underside marking that is the most outstanding.

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