Description The Southern Brown Tree Frog is a brown frog with a broad darker band from the eyes down most of the back. It has a dark band from the nostril, through the eye, to the shoulder. A pale white stripe runs from the mouth to the arm. The back of the thighs are red. Some specimens from western Victoria and south eastern South Australia can be mainly green. The underside is cream.
Other Names Brown tree Frog
Habitat forest, farmland, heathland, semi-arid areas, alpine regions and suburban areas.
Breeding eggs are wound around submerged aquatic vegetation and sticks.
Range The Southern Brown Tree Frog is found in southern New South Wales, southern Victoria and eastern South Australia and Tasmania. Has also been introduced to New Zealand.