Green and Gold FrogThe beautifully patterned green and gold frog is listed as Vulnerable on the Schedules of the Threatened Species Protection Act 1995, as population levels have declined markedly over the past ten years.
Further details of this species and its plight can be found at our threatened species page.
The green and gold frog is Tasmania's largest species, growing to 90mm. The tadpoles of this species can reach 100 mm in length.
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