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Green Tree Frog

Litoria caerulea


"A very large bright green tree frog with a robust broad body and short limbs. The fingers and toes have very large expanded discs on the ends and the toes are fully webbed. A pair of large partoid glands extend back from the eye on to the shoulders." (Western Australian Museum)


Though the name has 'tree' within it...I have never seen one in a tree. This lovely critter was sitting on the basin at Goombaragin, Pender Bay, Dampier Peninsula. Taken on my mobile.


Further info:

1 Species ID Suggestions

Ratlady a year ago
whites tree frog
Ranoidea caerulea Australian green tree frog - Wikipedia

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armadeus.4 2 years ago

Thank you Neil!

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 2 years ago


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Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia, Australia

Spotted on Dec 29, 2020
Submitted on Jan 10, 2021

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