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Verreaux’s tree frog - Litoria verreauxii During the day they seem to love hiding under the bark of eucalyptus trees. Australia,Geotagged,Litoria ewingii,Litoria verreauxii,Southern Brown tree frog,Whistling tree frog,Winter Click/tap to enlarge

Verreaux’s tree frog - Litoria verreauxii

During the day they seem to love hiding under the bark of eucalyptus trees.

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  1. A fine looking species! Beautifully captured here Ernst. I'm just reading up here and have discovered they can freeze and survive. Posted 3 days ago
    1. Thank you Ruth.
      After another look at it I had to rename it to Litoria verreauxii
      Posted 2 days ago
  2. Great shot! What a cutie! Posted 3 days ago

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The whistling tree frog or Verreaux's tree frog is a frog occurring in Australia. It has been divided into two subspecies, the nominate Verreaux's tree frog and the Verreaux's alpine tree frog. The alpine tree frog is restricted to the southern alps of New South Wales and Victoria. Verreaux's tree frog is widespread throughout south-eastern Queensland, coastal and highland regions of New South Wales, and south-eastern Victoria.

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Uploaded Apr 8, 2021. Captured Jul 30, 2017 22:33 in 335 Bengworden Rd, Bairnsdale VIC 3875, Australia.
  • Canon EOS 700D
  • f/13.0
  • 1/197s
  • ISO6400
  • 100mm