Description The Giant Tree Frog, is the largest tree frog in the world. It is usually bright green, although can be brown. The underside is off-white. The lower lip has a white stripe that continues to the shoulders. It also has white stripes on the back of the lower legs. The call is a loud barking sound. It can also make a sound like a cat meow when distressed.
Other Names White-lipped Tree Frog
Size Grows to 13 cm. Females are larger than males. Males grow to 10cm.
Habitat rainforest below 1200m altitude
Food insects and other arthropods
Range The Giant Tree Frog is found in the rainforests of Northern Queensland and New Guinea.