Technical Memorandum 19
Tyler MJ and Crook GA
Supervising Scientist, 1987
ISBN 0 644 01353 2
About the report
Facets of the reproductive biology of 24 species of frogs from the Magela Creek system were examined over two Wet seasons. Data are presented for the onset, duration and termination of activity, calling and breeding, and are correlated with temperature and relative humidity.
Most species breed at the onset of the Wet season before the flood plain is completely inundated. For each species the eggs and form of the spawn clump are described.
*Most of this report has previously been published as part of: M.J. Tyler, G.A. Crook & M. Davies (1983), Reproductive biology of the frogs of the Magela Creek System, Northern Territory', Rec. S. Aust. Mts. 18(18), 415-440.