Description Littlejohn's Tree Frog is brown or grey-brown with scattered darker flecks and spots. There is often a faint darker patch running down the back. It has a dark line from behind the nostril to the shoulder. The underside is cream. The armpit and thighs are orange. It is similar is appearance to the Jervis Bay Tree Frog (Litoria jervisiensis).
Size length to 60mm
Habitat heathland, forest, woodland. Breeds in swamps, dams, still creeks.
Breeding The female lays clusters of about 60 eggs attached to submerged twigs or braches near the edge of the water. Tadpoles are dark in colour and grow to 65mm
Range eastern Australia from central New South Wales to Victoria.