Brown Tree Frog

Litoria ewingii (Duméril & Bibron, 1841)

Body varies from beige to brown, some individuals have a reddish, yellow or green wash. Back with broad dark band along the middle from between the eyes to the base of the body. Thighs orange and eyes are golden. Belly white or cream. Fingers are unwebbed, toes partly webbed. Pads present but only slightly wider than fingers and toes.

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What habitats does Litoria ewingii live in?

On the ground or damp vegetation near the ground, in urban areas and around streams, lakes and ponds.

What is the distribution of Litoria ewingii?

Occurs along the south-east coast, from southern New South Wales, through Victoria to the south-east region of South Australia. Also found in Tasmania

How big does Litoria ewingii grow?

Body size up to 4.5 cm

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