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Australian green tree frog

Litoria caerulea


About 4cm long, beautiful highland or grass green with white spots all up his sides, and a white underbelly. Slight yellowing on the toes. Long toes


Don't worry, one of the pics looks bad but I promise we were very very gentle. We just wanted a pic of his guts so you guys could help identify them. We found them in a PVC pipe in a piece of cement. There were 4 maybe 5 of them.

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1 Comment

Rabbit26 7 years ago

Let's send some awesome wishes to these little guys, considering in this area we have found a bird eating spider - (many!) a skin from a king brown snake and a cane toad, which we knocked, (sorry to those who didn't want to hear that but we did it quickly and humanely)

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New South Wales, Australia

Spotted on Sep 4, 2013
Submitted on Sep 4, 2013

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