Litoria rubella Desert Tree Frog
Some other names for this species:
Naked Treefrog, Desert Treefrog, Red Tree Frog, Seagull Frog, Little Red Tree Frog, Brown Tree Frog
Eden at Fogg Dam, Northern Territory, AustraliaNovember 12, 2009
Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella) Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella)
Unlike most of Australia’s treefrogs, this species ranges far into the dry interior. But it also makes it up into the tropical areas that we visited.

I’ve written up an account of this three-week trip to Australia here.

Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell National Park, Northern Territory, AustraliaOctober 14, 2015
Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella) Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella) Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella)
This frog ranges across more than half of Australia, and will no doubt eventually be split into multiple species. It was easy to find dozens of them on the boulders and in the water at Ormiston Gorge.
Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell National Park, Northern Territory, AustraliaOctober 15, 2015
Desert Tree Frog (Litoria rubella)
This photo is from the following night, at the same spot as the previous photo. I wonder if that one downward-facing frog has been stuck there for at least 24 hours.
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