Description Lesueur's Frog is a pale brown or dark brown frog, and often has darker patches on the back. In the breeding season, males are yellow. It has a dark stripe from the snout to the shoulder. The back of the legs are blue with black spots. It is similar in appearance to the Stoney Creek Frog, (Litoria wilcoxi). The top half of the iris is pale brown. The underside is white.
Size females to 7cm, males to 5cm
Habitat rocky streams and creeks in coastal heath forests, montane areas and rainforest
Breeding females lay over 1000 eggs in a single clump attached to bedrock in a still pool of a stream.
Range Lesueur's Tree Frog is found in south-eastern Australia, from Sydney, New South Wales to eastern Victoria.