AppearanceThese frogs are fairly large, reaching sizes of 2.5 to 4.0 in in length. Adult frogs are light grey in colour with brown or black banding, while juveniles will exhibit stronger contrasts. As they age, their skin develops a slightly bumpy texture.
The "milk" in the common name comes from the milky fluid these frogs excrete when stressed.
HabitatMission golden-eyed tree frogs inhabit humid rainforest regions. They often inhabit vegetation which extends over permanent, slow-moving water sources.
FoodLike most other species of frogs, Mission golden-eyed tree frogs are insectivorous. They will consume almost any type of small arthropod they can overpower and swallow.
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