Eastern Dwarf Green Tree Frogs(Litoria fallax)
The eastern dwarf tree frog is one of the smallest green tree frogs, at just 3.2 cm, its back is green to fawn, sometimes scattered with dark spots. A dark bronze line runs from the nostril to eye. The groin and hidden part of the thigh are bright orange.
The eastern dwarf treefrog has a call that attracts attention, and a throat that does likewise. Using its bright orange vocal sac, the frog produces a two-part call: a long "wreeeek' followed by a sharp 'kik kik, kik kik'.
Males call during spring and summer with breeding occuring around water with lots of vegetation. Females lay between 2-35 eggs on vegetation and the male quickly fertilizes them. Tadpoles are dark with pale or patterned bodies.
Note: We can can freight Eastern Dwarf Green 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.