Description Pearson's Tree Frog is a small tree frog that varies in colour from completely light green, to a mixture of green and brown, to mostly brown. It usually has black dots scattered over the back. The underside is white, or off white. It has a light brown or yellow stripe from the tip of the snout, through the eye, broadening over the shoulder. This line is underlined with a thicker dark brown line.
Size up to 45mm
Habitat creeks in rainforests and wet eucalypt forest in highland and coastal areas
Range Pearson's Tree Frog is found from north of Lismore, New South Wales to Kenilworth, Queensland
Conservation Status The conservation status in the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals is "lower risk/near threatened".