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1. In these species, fertilization is internal and females give birth to fully developed juvenile frogs, except L. larvaepartus, which give birth to tadpoles.

2. The tadpoles wriggle into skin pouches on his side, where they develop until they metamorphose into juvenile frogs.

3. The larvae undergo two stages of development: fertilization to free-living tadpoles, and free-living tadpoles to juvenile frogs.

4. They are not quite juvenile frogs.

5. The development of the tadpoles takes about six weeks, after which they undergo metamorphosis and leave the water as juvenile frogs.

6. There, the tadpoles are grown to juvenile frogs, while also undergoing an inoculation process to render them immune to the chytridiomycosis fungus disease.

7. Once ready, the now chytrid immune juvenile frogs are released back into the lakes they were found.

8. Juvenile frogs were found living at the locations a year later.

9. Of ten juvenile frogs, only two moved more than 3 metres between observations.

10. The newly metamorphosed juvenile frogs must quickly find a crayfish burrow to occupy to avoid predation.

11. The tadpoles do not feed and undergo metamorphosis into juvenile frogs after about two weeks of development.

12. Internal fertilisation takes place and the eggs, which are 3-4 mm in diameter, develop directly into juvenile frogs in the oviduct of the female.

13. Recently metamorphosed juvenile frogs measure 9.6–12.5 mm (0.38–0.49 in) in snout–vent length.

14. Metamorphosis into juvenile frogs occurs after about 31 days.

15. The tadpoles are slow-growing and may overwinter before undergoing metamorphosis into juvenile frogs.

16. Juvenile frogs are green, and have a white-tipped snout with a narrow black line running along the side.

17. This species possesses "direct development", the eggs develop directly into tiny juvenile frogs, skipping a tadpole stage.

18. It is thought to be a "direct developer", with the species skipping a tadpole stage, the eggs hatching directly into juvenile frogs.

19. Here they soon hatch, and undergo metamorphosis a few days later into juvenile frogs.

20. Here they develop directly into juvenile frogs without an intervening tadpole stage, eventually hopping away from their mother.

21. the tadpoles develop in the water and undergo metamorphosis into juvenile frogs in about four weeks.

22. Females lay up to a thousand eggs and the tadpoles undergo metamorphosis into juvenile frogs after about four months of development.

23. It is believed that direct development of the young takes place with juvenile frogs hatching directly from the eggs.

24. in shallow streams, they mature more rapidly into smaller juvenile frogs.

25. When the tadpoles hatch, they feed on vegetable matter and take about three months before they undergo metamorphosis into juvenile frogs.

26. Substantial winter rains are needed to ensure the ponds are filled sufficiently to allow development of juvenile frogs.

27. Between August and September, tadpoles will metamorphose into juvenile frogs.

28. The eggs hatch after about a fortnight and the tadpoles may take about three months to develop before undergoing metamorphosis into juvenile frogs.

29. Juvenile frogs are often infected and a heavy worm burden can seriously restrict their growth.

30. Its breeding habits are unknown but it is likely that juvenile frogs develop directly from eggs laid on the ground without an intervening larval stage.