White-bellied frog

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

The White-bellied Frog has an area of occupancy of about 193 ha where it persists along creeklines within agricultural landscapes, provided suitable riparian habitat remains intact. More

Geocrinia alba, the White-bellied frog, is a small frog in the family Myobatrachidae. It occupies an area near Margaret River in swampy depressions adjoining creeks. Threats from altered ecology have made this a critically endangered species of Southwest Australia. More

White-bellied FrogIn 2009, the State Government through its Natural Resource Management funding provided Perth Zoo with $100,000 to commence a breed and rear for release program for the White-bellied Frog and the Orange-bellied Frog. More

The white-bellied frog lives in a small part of the south-west between Karridale and Witchcliffe, south of Margaret River, in state forest and on private land. More

Order : Anura
Family : Myobatrachidae
Genus : Geocrinia
Species : alba
Authority : Wardell-Johnson and Roberts, 1989