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Pseudophryne douglasi


Genus: Pseudophryne

Species: douglasi

Common Names

Douglas’s Toadlet



Species Distribution Map

Taxonomy and Biology

Adult length: 30 mm


Dorsal surface, flanks, arms and legs are brown usually with an orange triangle or T-shaped marking on the snout ( formed by an interocular bar and a longitudinal bar extending from the snout tip ) and an orange coccygeal stripe. Ventral surface and throat is finely mottled with black and white.


Canyon and gorge terrain with permanent seeps, rocky pools or shallow streams and creeks.


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Poison Activity

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