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Unidentified at suppressed - 25 Nov 2019
Unidentified at suppressed - 25 Nov 2019
Unidentified at suppressed - 25 Nov 2019
Unidentified at suppressed - 25 Nov 2019
Unidentified at suppressed - 25 Nov 2019
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Identification history

Mixophyes fasciolatus 25 Nov 2019 Gaia
Unidentified 25 Nov 2019 Ry
Unidentified 25 Nov 2019 Ry

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4 comments

   25 Oct 2020
Damm somebody feed him
Pam wrote:
   26 Oct 2020
Looks like a Chitrid casualty
Ry wrote:
   26 Oct 2020
Hi Pam, what are the signs/features that indicate the frog was impacted by the fungus?
Pam wrote:
   26 Oct 2020
You have documented some of the features of the final impact well in your series of images.
Infected frogs: - discoloured skin; peeling or sloughing of skin, particularly on feet; or roughness of skin; sitting out in open, not protecting itself or hiding; sluggishness; no appetite; legs spread slightly away from body, rather than tucked in; body becoming rigid with back legs trailing behind. Emaciation, dehydration, mummified. I have some important information if you want to know what to do if you find a dead or infected frog. Message me and I'll give you details. I'll also contact the admin. to advise a notice should be put up if people are finding these infected frogs and how to deal with them.

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Sighting information

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  • 25 Nov 2019 09:16 AM Recorded on
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