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Learn more. The Naked Treefrog, Litoria rubella.
A widespread species occurring throughout Queensland. This species is commonly found in association with human dwellings and is often present in large s.
Eggs are laid as small mats on the surface of the water. Development from egg to small frog takes around 5 weeks.
It is distinguished from these species by its call and in having a less patterned back. Queensland Museum's Find out about Mobile section : Menu. : Explore. Find out about.
Animals of Queensland. Habitat: Lives in open forests, woodlands, heath and disturbed areas. Habits: This species is commonly found in association with human dwellings and is often present in large s.
Breeding: Eggs are laid as small mats on the surface of the water.Brisbane nudes
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