Description The Jervis Bay Tree Frog is a fairly large brown frog with a double band on the back from between the eyes to the vent. There is also a dark band from the snout to the base of the arms. The armpits are yellow and the thighs are orange red. The iris is golden-brown. It used to be considered the same species as the Heath Frog, Litoria littlejohni. It produces a smell like curry.
Other Names Curry Frog
Size to 6cm
Habitat paperbark (Wallum) swampland. Also eucalypt forests, woodland and shrubland,
Breeding females lay their eggs in small clusters attached to submerged sticks and reeds
Range east coast of Australia from Queensland border to eastern Victoria.