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Giant Tree Frog Photo: C & D Frith    
Australian Tropical
Reptiles & Frogs
Giant Tree Frog: Litoria infrafrenata
    • Bright green or brown above with a defined white stripe covering its lower lip which extends to the base of the forelimb.
    • There is another white stripe along the hind legs including the fifth and most of the fourth toes.
    • These white stripes may become pink at times.
    • White underside
    • The skin may become quite lumpy on the sides and underside of the frog.



  • Found in a wide variety of habitats from rainforest to cultivated areas.
  • Frequently inhabits houses, sheds, garages and other human habitations.
  • Forages on humid wet evenings.


  • This is the largest Tree frog on earth reaching an average of ten centimetres long. Yet some adults may reach up to fourteen centimetres in length.


  • The male mating call is similar to a dog bark.
  • When molested, the Giant Tree Frog may meow like a distressed cat.

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