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Wallum sedgefrog.
Photo © Ed Meyer

(Litoria olongburensis) – also known as the sharp-snouted reed frog Introduction Wallum sedgefrog.Photo © Ed Meyer The wallum sedgefrog is one of a group of frogs that depend on lowland wallum habitat. Wallum is the aboriginal name for the banksia Banksia aemula that usually dominates the sandy soils of coastal southern Queensland and New South …

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Graceful treefrog
Photo © Ed Meyer

The numbers Queensland has 124 species of frog, more than any other Australian state. Graceful treefrogPhoto © Ed Meyer                   The wet coastal areas between Cooktown and the Queensland/New South Wales border – the area with the most rapidly expanding population in Australia – contain 75% of …

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