Red Tree Frog

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Litoria rubella

This frog is commonly found in gardens, around houses, under garden pots, on windows etc., so is unlikely to be confused with cane toads, but may also be found crossing wet roads at night.

Description

    • Body size to four centimetres
    • Reddish brown or pale grey-brown back with or without some dark streaks on each side of lower back
    • Darker stripe along side of head and sometimes body
    • Flattened body with discs on fingers and toes
    • Very smooth moist skin
    • Short head with rounded snout.

Related Information

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