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White’s tree frogs are often found sharing human habitats in Australia – often being found in letter boxes, sinks or even toilets!

White’s Tree Frog

Litoria caerulea

This tree frog grows up to 11.5cm in length, with females slightly larger than males. Its skin is covered by a waxy layer to help it survive dry conditions.



Size: Length Up to 11.5cm



White’s tree frog is found in Australia and Papua New Guinea, in a range of habitats including forests, grasslands, streams and swamps.



White’s tree frogs feed mainly on insects and other invertebrates such as moths, locusts and spiders. Tadpoles are omnivorous, eating plants and insects.



Females lay between 200 and 2,000 eggs in still water during the rainy season. The tadpoles develop into frogs within just 6 weeks and mature at around 2 years of age.



The White’s tree frog is not considered endangered, however like all amphibians they are threatened by disease, such the chytrid fungus, which has decimated many wild amphibian populations.

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