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Northern Red-eyed Tree Frog Photo: C & D Frith    
Australian Tropical
Reptiles & Frogs
Northern Red-eyed Tree Frog: : (Litoria xanthomera)
    • Bright leaf - emerald or lime green above and white to lemon yellow or orange below.
    • Hind side of thighs brilliant orange.
    • Golden eyes with bright orange outer rings.


    • Coastal rainforest areas of northeastern Queensland.
    • Usually encountered after rain.
  • The average adult length of the yellow-thighed Tree-frog is sixty-five millimetres.


  • The Northern Red-eyed Tree Frogs often call from shrubs and lower branches or trees.
  • The calls last for nine to twelve hours
  • Each call is approximately one to two seconds long
  • Calls are drawn out "Aaaarrkk" with each series alternated with several short "Chirrups"


Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodges
Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland
Tropical North Queensland, Australia.
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