Description Peron's Tree Frog is variable in colour and can change its color. It is usually shades of grey and brown, and can be almost white. It has mottled yellow and black: thighs, armpits and groin. They sometimes have emerald green spots on the back. The eyes appear cross shaped - the only other Litoria species with eyes like this is Tyler's Tree Frog. The call of Peron's Tree Frog is a high pitched cackle.
Other Names Emerald Spotted Tree Frog, Laughing Tree Frog
Size males 44-53 mm; females 46-65 mm.
Habitat Peron's Tree Frog is found in forests, woodlands, shrublands and open areas. They live in tree hollows, cracks and beneath the flaking bark. It is common near towns and cities where it breeds in ponds or dams.
Range found in southern Queensland. Most of New South Wales and into northern parts of Victoria.