This species is confined to inland southeastern Queensland and into central New South Wales in Australia.
Habitat and Ecology
It occurs in open grassland; woodland on clay soils; emerges from underground (spends dry periods underground in aestivation) following heavy rain. It breeds in spring/summer and autumn; eggs are laid in shallow water; larvae are free swimming. Roadside reserves provide significant habitat for this species.
More information is needed.
Agro-industry farming has resulted in; and will continue to result in habitat loss/degradation.
It occurs in a small number of conservation parks/reserves.
Jean-Marc Hero, John Clarke, Ed Meyer 2004. Litoria verrucosa. In: IUCN 2014