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Pseudophryne guentheri

Family: Myobatrachidae

Genus: Pseudophryne

Species: guentheri

Common Names

Gunther’s Toadlet , Guenther’s Toadlet




Species Distribution Map

Taxonomy and Biology

Adult length: 30mm


Dorsal surface colour is grey, greyish brown or brown with irregular, darker grey, black or brown mottling on the body and flanks and darker grey, black or brown spotting or blotching on the arms and legs. A paler blotch, often roughly T-shaped, is present on the snout. A pale blotch at the junction of the arms and a pale coccygeal stripe is usually present. Ventral surface and throat is white with heavy black spotting, mottling or marbling


Moist areas in dry to wet sclerophyll forest and extending into more arid and semiarid terrain.


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Poison Activity

Poison Type: Pseudophryamines



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