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  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia
  • Healesville, Victoria, Australia

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Southern Corroboree Frogs

Pseudophryne corroboree

Healesville, Victoria, Australia

Critically Endangered

The population size in the wild is now believed to number fewer than 250 mature individuals. Read More

The Corroboree Frog is one of a number of Australian alpine amphibian species that have experienced pronounced population declines for unknown reasons (Osborne, Hunter and Hollis 1999). There is no single aspect of the field biology of these species that stands out as a feature in common, and that might help explain the declines (Osborne, Hunter and Hollis 1999). Pseudophryne pengilleyi is still widespread and abundant at lower altitudes (Osborne, Hunter and Hollis 1999). Osborne, Hunter and Hollis (1999) reviewed some of the possible factors contributing to population declines at high altitudes including long-term weather patterns and pathogens such as ... Read More

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Jean-Marc Hero, Graeme Gillespie, Peter Robertson, Frank Lemckert 2004. Pseudophryne corroboree. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2004: e.T18582A8484537. http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2004.RLTS.T18582A8484537.en