Australian Frogs (Amphibians)

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COMMON GREEN TREE FROG
The Common Green Treefrog (Litoria caerulea)  is a large species, growing to 110 mm.  It is bright to dull green with a rounded head.  There is a prominent, fleshy skin fold above the ear.  The flanks may be plain or spotted with white.  The belly is white and the back of the thighs are yellow to maroon.