Books on keeping and breeding frogs in captivity cover all aspects of housing, feeding, breeding frogs as well as detail on individual frog species that can be kept in captivity. Australian frog books include A Guide to Australian Frogs in Captivity, Keeping Frogs, Field Guide to the Frogs of Australia, Field Guide to the Frogs of Queensland and Frogs and Toads.


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A Wild Australia Guide - Frogs
Lynne Adcock and Ian Morris
96 Pages
ISBN: 9781741934113
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A Wild Australia Guide - Frogs


Lynne Adcock shares her expert knowledge on the secret life of Australian frogs.

This practical Wild Australia Guide introduces Australia's various frog and toad families, informs about where they live and their life cycles and provides the answer to why so many of these beautiful and fascinating creatures are threatened with extinction.

High quality photographs and up-to-date information on appearance, behaviour and distribution make this book perfect for anyone who has ever wondered about the intriguing lives of frogs, or needs guidance on knowing where to spot them, or wants to understand how to care for them in our environment.

With a systematic organisation of authoritative information including key facts, scientific terms, a full glossary and index for reference, this is the must-have guide for anyone interested in, or wanting to know more, about Australia's amazing frogs.


This book features:

Tree-frogs and Their Relatives

Ground Frogs

Australian Water Frogs

True Frogs

Narrow-mouthed Frogs

True Toads

Frog Watching

Recording Frog Calls

Disappearing Frogs

Frog Conservation

Frogs in the Backyard and so much more


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