Northern Dwarf Tree Frog – a little beauty

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog

This tiny frog grows up to 3 cm, and it’s very hard to spot it. I had to look under the pandanus leaves to discover one! 

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog is typically found in wet areas of northern Australia. Interestingly, juveniles are brown and more green colour appears as they grow bigger.

Where spotted:  Lorella Springs in Northern Territory

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog – more information

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