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Dainty Tree Frog

Litoria gracilenta


This little frog was about 2cm, but I've seen some a little over 3cm.


Apple tree in garden.

1 species ID suggestions

Dainty Tree Frog
Litoria gracilenta


LeanneGardner a week ago

Thanks Jason. Yes they are a little blue. So cute :)

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 3 weeks ago

Love it! Bluish one! ^^

LeanneGardner a year ago

Thank you MacChristiansen. I was unable to wait around to see other colours on him. I notice on that one the blue on his inner back legs. I'm still unsure. Thanks for your help.

MacChristiansen a year ago

Hi Leanne, this looks very much like a Dainty tree frog ( Litoria gracilenta )

LeanneGardner a year ago

Thank you Jeanette, Alice, auntnance, harsuame & Dilek. Auntnance, thank you for your suggestion. It looks to me the closest ID, though I'm still unsure? Thank you all :)

Dilek Cifci
Dilek Cifci a year ago

So sweet

harsuame a year ago

Preciosa rana

auntnance123 a year ago

Lovely little frog. Could it be a young white-lipped frog?


Jeannette a year ago

Lovely pale colour, cute :)

LeanneGardner a year ago

Thank you Atul & SatyenMehta :)

Wild Things
Wild Things a year ago

Awesome spotting!

Atul a year ago

nice !

Queensland, Australia

Lat: -21.42, Long: 149.22

Spotted on May 4, 2012
Submitted on May 4, 2012

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