Southern Orange-eyed Treefrog

“Litoria chloris”

The Southern Orange-eyed Treefrog has large reddish-orange eyes and a green body. Its forearms are mainly green; its belly is white to lemon-yellow; and the hind sides of its thighs are purplish or brownish. It often has irregular yellow spots on its back. Its fingers are almost fully webbed and its toes are fully webbed. Adult Southern Orange-eyed Treefrogs are about 65 mm in length.

Southern Orange-eyed Treefrogs are rainforest and wet sclerophyll forest dwellers, usually encountered after heavy spring and summer rains.

Southern Orange-eyed Treefrogs are confined to pockets of eastern Australia from Mackay to central NSW.

Listen to this frog croak here: