Green Frogs of Australia

There are many beautiful green frogs in Australia.

While most of Australian frogs and brown, there are many beautiful green frogs, and most of them are tree frogs.


Green Tree Frog
One of the most common ones is the green tree frog, aka White's Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea).
 
Red-Eyed Tree Frog (Litoria Chloris), Queensland, Australia
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It is not the brightest oin colour, but it is quite large.

It is found in north eastern half of Australia, from Broome in the west to southern New South Wales in the east.

Green Tree Frog (Litoria Caerulea) on Leaf, Northern Territory, Australia
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Magnificent Tree Frog
Magnificent Tree Frog (Litoria splendida) is a bit similar, but yellower and bulkier in appearance. It is only found in northern and eastern Kimberley in Western Australia.

The Magnificent Tree Frog, L. Splendida
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Tasmanian Tree Frog
Tasmanian Tree Frog (Litoria burrowsae) is larger and robust looking, and is found in the south western Tasmania.

Slender Tree Frog
Slender Tree Frog (Litoria adelaidensis) is another beautiful one of Australian green frogs, and it is found in south western Western Australia.

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog
Northern Dwarf Tree Frog (Litoria bicolor) is similar to the above but a little larger, and it is found in the far north of Australia - Kimberley, Top End of Northern Territory, and Cape York peninsula.

Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog
Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog (Litoria fallax) is much smaller and more slender, and it is found along the coast of eastern Australia from about Cairns in the north to Sydney in the south.

Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog on Blossoming Water Lily
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Narrow Fringed Frog and Green Stream Frog
Narrow Fringed Frog (Litoria nudidigitus) and Green Stream Frog (Litoria phyllochroa) are both similar in appearance, the latter is a little darker in colour. The first is found in coastal Victoria and the second in coastal New South Wales.

Pearsons Green Tree Frog
Pearsons Green Tree Frog (Litoria pearsoniana) is similar to the two above, a little more yellowish, and found on the coast of south eastern Queensland and northern New South wales.

Dahls Aquatic Frog and Motorbike Frog
Dahls Aquatic Frog (Litoria dahlii) and Motorbike Frog (Litoria moorei) look similar and are fairly large.  The first is found on the Top end of Northern territory, and the second in south western Western Australia.

White Lipped Tree Frog
White Lipped Tree Frog (Litoria infrafrenata) is a beautiful green frog with white stripes along the pis and legs. It is only found along the coasts of Cape York Peninsula.

Close-Up of an Eastern White Lipped Tree Frog, Madagascar (Boophis Albilabris)
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Red Eyed Tree Frog
Red Eyed Tree Frog (Litoria chloris) is one of the most beautiful, with beautiful red eyes, and a bit of purple along the legs. It is found in coastal Queensland and New South Wales, between Mackay in the north and Sydney in the south.

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs (Litoria Chloris), Queensland, Australia
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Orange Thighed Tree Frog
Orange Thighed Tree Frog (Litoria xanthomera) also has beautiful red eyes, and it also has orange legs. It is found in coastal north Queensland between Cairns and Townsville.

Dainty Green Treefrog Calling with Throat Pouch Extended (Litorigracilenta) Mossman, Queensland
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Daintry Tree Frog
Daintry Tree Frog (Litoria gracilenta) is similar to the two above, but has no red eyes, instead it has purple legs. It is found along the east coast of Australia from the tip of Cape York in the north to Sydney in the south.



















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