Ranoidea serrata Green-eyed Treefrog
Some other names for this species:
Brown-spotted Treefrog, Serrated Frog
This species was split from Litoria genimaculata, which now includes only frogs from New Guinea. Later both species were transferred to Ranoidea.
Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland, Queensland, AustraliaFebruary 10, 2003
Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata)
After over a week in Australia, I finally saw my first native frogs (I had seen a dozen or two cane toads earlier). The first two pictures show a pair of individuals each about a inch and a half long. The next two pictures show a much larger individual, about three inches long. I initially assumed they were different species, but eventually concluded that the smaller ones were male L. genimaculata, and the larger one a female.

Here is a complete list of the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Australia.

Lake Eacham, Atherton Tableland, Queensland, AustraliaFebruary 11, 2003
Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata) Green-eyed Treefrog (Ranoidea serrata)
The next night I went out a-frogging again and found several more of the smaller-sized males. These frogs have outstanding camouflage when perched in the leaf litter or on decaying bark. They stand out rather starkly on green rainforest leaves though.
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