Brown Tree Frog, Litoria ewingi We have a large range and variety of Tree Frogs for sale. A common and widespread species, the Brown Tree Frog is an agile climber, aided by the well-developed climbing discs on its fingers and toes. Description The Brown Tree Frog is a slender species characterised by a dark brown to sandy grey-brown upper surface with a broad darker brown patch flanked by a darker brown to black stripe running the length of the back. The undersurface is white. The adult female reaches 45 mm, the male reaches 37 mm. Breeding Breeding occurs in early spring and autumn. Small eggs are laid in several clusters, totalling 500 to 700 eggs. Eggs hatch four to six days after laying. The larval stage lasts for up to seven months in colder waters. Tadpoles reach 60mm before metamorphosis occurs in spring, summer or autumn. Sexual maturity is reached within a year.
Note: We can can freight Brown Tree Frogs to airports serviced by Australian Air Express. All relative import/export paperwork will need to be done if applicable. Please contact us for freight costs and further information. Due to the high turnover of livestock it is advisable to call us to check current availability.