The Desert Froglet (Crinia deserticola) is a species of frog in the Myobatrachidae family, endemic to Australia. The species is not under any threat of extinction (IUCN Least Concern). Desert froglets occur mainly in dry or moist savanna habitats, principally from the mid-western border of Northern Territory, south-east into western Queensland and New South Wales and the north-east corner of South Australia. They can also be found along the Queensland coast where it has been recorded between Townsville and Cooktown, and as far south as Hervey Bay (300 km north of Brisbane).

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  • Crinia deserticola es una especie de anfibios de la familia Myobatrachidae. (es)
  • Crinia deserticolaFichier:Crinia deserticola.jpg Nom binominal Crinia deserticola(Liem & Ingram, 1977) Synonymes * Ranidella deserticola Liem & Ingram, 1977 Statut de conservation UICN LC : Préoccupation mineure Crinia deserticola est une espèce d'amphibien de la famille des Myobatrachidae. (fr)
  • The Desert Froglet (Crinia deserticola) is a species of frog in the Myobatrachidae family, endemic to Australia. The species is not under any threat of extinction (IUCN Least Concern). Desert froglets occur mainly in dry or moist savanna habitats, principally from the mid-western border of Northern Territory, south-east into western Queensland and New South Wales and the north-east corner of South Australia. They can also be found along the Queensland coast where it has been recorded between Townsville and Cooktown, and as far south as Hervey Bay (300 km north of Brisbane). * Full listing of observations and specimens. (en)
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  • IUCN3.1
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  • Crinia deserticola
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  • Desert froglet
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  • Distribution of the desert froglet
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  • C. deserticola
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  • Crinia deserticola es una especie de anfibios de la familia Myobatrachidae. (es)
  • Crinia deserticolaFichier:Crinia deserticola.jpg Nom binominal Crinia deserticola(Liem & Ingram, 1977) Synonymes * Ranidella deserticola Liem & Ingram, 1977 Statut de conservation UICN LC : Préoccupation mineure Crinia deserticola est une espèce d'amphibien de la famille des Myobatrachidae. (fr)
  • The Desert Froglet (Crinia deserticola) is a species of frog in the Myobatrachidae family, endemic to Australia. The species is not under any threat of extinction (IUCN Least Concern). Desert froglets occur mainly in dry or moist savanna habitats, principally from the mid-western border of Northern Territory, south-east into western Queensland and New South Wales and the north-east corner of South Australia. They can also be found along the Queensland coast where it has been recorded between Townsville and Cooktown, and as far south as Hervey Bay (300 km north of Brisbane). (en)
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  • Crinia deserticola (es)
  • Crinia deserticola (fr)
  • Desert froglet (en)
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  • Desert Froglet (en)
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