The Red-crowned Toadlet Pseudophryne australis is listed as ‘vulnerable’ under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995. They are a small species, around 25mm in length as adults.
They are known from open forests and woodlands on sandstone from ephemeral drainage lines below sandstone ridges.
The species shelters beneath rocks or in crevices amongst a thick layer of leaf letter or wet vegetation.
Photographer: Steve Sass.
Camera: Canon EOS500D, 105mm macro
Location: Sydney, NSW.
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