Geocrinia laevis (Smooth Frog)
Size range: Up to 40 mm long
Regions: South East
Description: The body of the Smooth Frog is grey or brown, sometimes with small red spots. The underside of their hind legs and groin has pink patches.
Habitat: Smooth Frogs shelter beneath the vegetation and leaf litter and are found in damp areas with vegetation, including forests and shrublands.
Conservation status: R (NPWSA)
Call description: It calls in long bursts, 'cra-a-a-a-a-a-a-ck, cra-a-ack, cra-a-ack' during March, April, May & November
Breeding behaviour: They breed in summer, January to February.
Interesting facts: It occurs only in the most southeastern part of South Australia