Tonights Herping. Thick Tail and ID frog/toad

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by snakes123, Oct 24, 2011.

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  1. Smithers

    Smithers Very Well-Known Member

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    You seeked and concurred :) Nice one Ben
     
  2. Bluetongue1

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    Am going back a lot of years, but from memory, around Sydney I would find D. vittatus more in woodland and dry sclerophyll forest that was fairly open, with some reasonable sized rock shelves or piles open to sunlight. Thick Tails tended to be more in the moister, more heavily forested areas – often half way down a gully. It has been a long time so don’t quote me on that. Lol.

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    Thanks Blue. I was more curious as the only places I know these species from around Sydney are places where both occur.
     
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