northern dwarf tree frog
We first met this little beauty on baffle creek in north queensland The northern dwarf tree frog is small, slender tree frog growing up to 30 mm in length. The dorsal surface is green and is bordered by a bronze stripe that runs along the sides, from the shoulder to the groin. A white stripe runs along the upper lip to the base of the arm and may continue on to the groin. The belly is granular and white or pale yellow. The iris is golden and the tympanum is distinct. There is orange in the groin and thigh. The fingers have a trace of webbing and the toes are half to three-quarters webbed.
The northern dwarf tree frog, is a small species of tree frog native to northern Australia, from the Kimberly region of Western Australia to Bowen, Queensland, and Aru Islands of Indonesia. The population occurring in Indonesia may not be ''L. bicolor'', and research on call structure or genetics is needed to confirm its taxonomic status.