Baw baw frog

The Baw baw frog is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Baw Baw frog (Philoria frosti) is a critically endangered species of Australian frog as categorised on the IUCN redlist and listed under the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act (1988). More

The Baw Baw frog's diet is still unknown and we don't know whether they hibernate during the winter season though it is likely that they do. More

abundance of the Baw Baw Frog, and survey of the current distribution and abundance of the species, was initiated in 1992 by the then Victorian Department of Conservation and Environment. More

Baw Baw Frogs have suffered a dramatic decline in number and distribution over recent generations. Populations remain in protected areas of the Baw Baw Plateau, but these are fragmented and the habitat is used by humans for skiing and forestry. More

Victoria's most restricted frog, the Baw Baw frog is only found at high altitudes on the Mount Baw Baw Plateau in eastern Victoria. More

The Baw Baw frog is only found in sub-alpine wet heathland and in gullies within montane vegetation at high altitudes on the Baw Baw Plateau. It breeds between September and December, when males may be heard calling for mates around special breeding sites. More

the 10 Baw Baw frog environmental coupes on the plateau's southern escarpment. It expects to receive the go-ahead from the State Government within weeks. More

click on any of the frogs to read what the Baw Baw frog has to say about logging! Clearfell Logging threat to Frog VicForests wants to log about a dozen areas of frog habitat that contain mixed rainforest on the south-west face of Baw Baw. More

The Baw Baw frog is a very cute animal but it is so sad because it is endangered. More

Mount Baw Baw where the critically endangered Baw Baw frog is barely surviving. The frogs have all but disappeared from alpine heath lands within Baw Baw National Park, with the population falling by 98 per cent from an estimated 10,000 to 15,000 in 1984. More

called Baw Baw frogs, despite the fact that P. frosti is the only species restricted to the Baw Baw Plateau, or to Victoria: the others are from Queensland and New South Wales. Sometimes called sphagnum frogs, five of them have been named since 1940 and two (P. More

The Baw Baw Frog, Philoria frosti, is a dark brown frog with lighter blotches It has a prominent parotoid gland on each shoulder. Total length to around 45 mm. More

Baw Baw Frog will survive having its habitat removed by logging. This research has all the credibility of scientific whaling". "The proposed logging is yet another example of the ongoing destruction of our old growth forests and water catchments. More

Search the site Baw Baw Frog with Tracking Device Greg Hollis Recovery plans are prepared for species that are in danger of disappearing. They state what can be done by scientists and the community to stop these declines taking place. What is a ... More

The Baw Baw Frog is endangered. It is an amphibian. It is maroon and yellow. It has black eyes. The Baw Baw Frog eats bugs and small insects. It lives close to swamps, creeks and rivers. Its habitat is in Victoria. More

demography of the Baw Baw Frog makes it is very difficult to interpret the observed decline in the adult male population. This decline however, coincides with a recent global phenomenon of declining amphibians (e.g. More

Battle for Baw Baw frog: log it and see, says memo Peter Weekes Sunday Age 17/8/06 p5 - Large sections of untouched forests on the Baw Baw plateau may be logged to determine if clearfelling will threaten the critically endangered Baw Baw frog. More

into action as we celebrate our very own Baw Baw Frog! A huge range of children's activities will be on offer including tobogganing and tube championships, snowman sculpting and downhill slalom races. LOCATION: Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort PHONE: 1300 651 136 WEB: More

corroboree frog and the baw baw frog which breed in the sphagnum moss day ago au > breaking news article. More

Order : Anura
Family : Limnodynastidae
Genus : Philoria
Species : frosti
Authority : Spencer, 1901