Robinson, Martyn

A Field Guide to Frogs of Australia will help you identify all the frogs hopping and croaking their way around Australia.  A key, with drawings of distinguishing features, plus a colour photograph and distribution map of each frog, will help you to identify your species. This book has been developed from the New South Wales Frog Watch Programme, a frog-monitoring programme involving schools and amateur herpetologists.

Frogs are not only important elements in many food chains valuable to humans, they are also good environmental indicators, especially of water quality.  Their health, abundance and distribution are linked to the levels of pesticides and other toxins in wet ecosystems.


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New Holland Publishers, January 2002.   112 pages, paperback, 89 colour photographs, maps

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Dimensions 23 × 14 cm