Frenchs Forest: New Holland Publishers, 2007. Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, text illustrations, maps.
The first part of the book deals with frog classification, collecting and raising tadpoles, the prevailing laws in each State and the issues surrounding the decline and conservation of these amphibians. Part two is concerned with the scientific method of identifying tadpoles by means of keys. There is even a key to frogs' eggs. The third and major part of the book features all 84 species of tadpoles - and frogs - living in Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and just over the border to Queensland. This book has been co-sponsored by the World Wide Fund for Nature. Also available in hardcover [stock id 15597].
Price: $38.00 AU