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Green Eyed Tree Frog Photo: C & D Frith    
Australian Tropical
Reptiles & Frogs
Green Eyed Tree Frog: : (Litoria genimaculata)
    • The appearance of this frog has evolved to match its surroundings. This is achieved by small pieces of skin which are formed on the edge of the amphibians limbs, thus breaking up the obvious frog outline, making it difficult to see. This is also accompanied by colours and shapes on its skin that make it quite cryptic.
    • The general colouration is variable - basically brown, reddish-brown or olive with occassional darker patches.
    • Usually have a large patch between their eyes of a dark or russet colour.
  • Found in the rainforest, close to streams and seepages associated with damp mosses and lichens.


  • It grows and average length of sixty-five millimetres.


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