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n. Green Tree Frog - Being Green

n. Green Tree Frog - Being Green
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Green Tree Frog - Being Green. Also known as the Common Tree Frog, Dunny Frog, Northern Green Tree Frog, and White's Tree Frog. When not found in toilets, the Green Tree Frog may be observed on rocks and trees and on the ground near water. It has been found in pot plants at station homesteads as well as structures such as letterboxes and toilet bowls. When breeding their eggs are layered in clumps of between 200 and 2000 and deposited in still water. Breeding occurs between November and February. Tadpoles are a mottled brown.
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