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Field Guides & Natural History  Reptiles & Amphibians  Amphibians

Frogs of Victoria A Guide to Identification, Ecology and Conservation

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Nick Clemann(Author), Michael Swan(Author)
180 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: CSIRO
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  • Frogs of Victoria ISBN: 9781486313815 Paperback Aug 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £38.95
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Amphibians are one of the world's most rapidly declining fauna groups. In an era of devastating climate change, habitat destruction and irreplaceable loss of biological diversity, it has never been more important to have effective resources for identifying and managing wildlife.

Tapping into the deep knowledge of the best frog experts in south-eastern Australia, Frogs of Victoria not only provides the tools to identify Victorian frogs – including keys, photographs and comparative information on similar species – it also presents detailed information on their biology, habitats, status and threats. Importantly, the authors also detail the urgent actions required to prevent further loss of amphibian diversity in Victoria.

Including stunning images from some of Australia's finest wildlife photographers, Frogs of Victoria is an authoritative resource for ecologists, land managers, conservationists and all who are fascinated by frogs.



1. Naming and classifying frogs
2. Biology of frogs
3. The amphibian fauna of Victoria
4. Victorian zoogeographic regions and ecosystems, and their frogs
5. Conservation of Victorian frogs
6. Victorian amphibians
- Family: Limnodynastidae
- Family: Myobatrachidae
- Family: Pelodryadidae
- Family: Salamandridae

Appendix 1: Wildlife legislation and regulations
Appendix 2: Frogs Victoria
Selected bibliography
Index of common names
Index of scientific names

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Nick Clemann has been leading programs on threatened wildlife throughout south-eastern Australia for 25 years. He advises government on threatened species research, management, policy and scientific permits. He works for Zoos Victoria and holds an honorary position with Museums Victoria.

Mike Swan was previously a senior herpetofauna keeper with Melbourne Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary. He is now the coordinator of the Lilydale High School reptile collection, the largest school collection of reptiles and frogs in Australia. He is a keen photographer and has written numerous articles, papers and books about reptiles and frogs.

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Nick Clemann(Author), Michael Swan(Author)
180 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: CSIRO
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