Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog


About a dozen eastern dwarf tree frogs (Litoria fallax) were found resting in a single plant under direct sunlight, each one ranging from bright green to gold in coloration. Initially I spotted two green frogs just 2.5 cm long on a bare plant stem, and I almost mistook them for seeds.

Photographed in situ [1]

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