Green Tree Frogs Photography

Stock Stock Images By Paul Ross

View Green Tree Frogs - Litoria caerulea, going about their usual nightly activities such as searching for insects, trying to balance on a wire fence before leaping off and also mating. Their busy but intriguing world is fraught with danger from natural predators such as snakes and also introduced feral pests such as the Cane Toad.



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Caption List:

1. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. Pictured balancing on a wire fence at night.

2. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A large insect, before dying, had bitten and held onto the lower lip of this frog. Eventually the frog freed itself.

3. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. Pictured balancing on a wire fence at night.

4. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. In a garden at night searching for insects.

5. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A pair of Green tree frogs mating. Fertilisation of the eggs is taking place on the ground in front of them (white substance spraying out at the front of the pair).

6. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. Pictured balancing on a wire fence at night.

7. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A pair of Green tree frogs mating. The male is noticably smaller than the female.

8. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. On the end of a pole at night waiting patiently for insects.

9. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A pair of Green tree frogs mating. The male is noticably smaller than the female.

10. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A pair of Green tree frogs mating. The male is noticably smaller than the female.

11. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. Pictured balancing on a wire fence at night.

12. Green Tree Frog - Litoria caerulea. A pair of Green tree frogs mating. The male is noticably smaller than the female.

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