Tuesday, September 05, 2006

We're back




Well the rain had a predictable response on our little frog community. The green treefrogs have appeared and the Striped Marshfrogs are breeding already. In the top photo the marshie is a little hard to see, its in the bottom RH of the shot with the frog spawn at top left.

8 comments:

evan said...

Good stuff. I saw my first tree frog of the season today (Litoria fallax). He was very small.

roybe said...

Evan, I'm curious to know how you found my blog,and what area of the country you live. Thanks for your comments.

Evan said...

You posted it on frogs.org.au forum a while ago, and I have kept an eye on it since. I live in Newcastle. You have commented on some of my photos on Flickr (I'm liquid_ghoul).

Stuart said...

Cute little fella you got here Roy. We haven't had that many frogs this year but then we've had a much drier winter than normal.

Great pics..

roybe said...

Thanks evan, mystery solved, I always wondered who liquid_ghoul was. you have some great shots. Did you ever visit Donna's frog blog?

Evan said...

Thought I had already replied, weird.

Yes, I have seen Donna's blog. It is amazing the diversity of frogs she has at her place. I hope she gets some rain though, she said it has been very dry and the frogs aren't coming out.

Correy said...

That frog looks great, The colours really have come alive. A very plesant change from the usual cain toads that have taken over further up Northern Australia

Becky said...

I like frogs too but haven't seen any in my garden yet.
I do have snakes! But they are garter snakes. A-OK.