Roth's Tree Frog
A fairly large tree frog that is found in gardens and buildings, on windows, around ponds and swimming pools etc., but because it climbs it is unlikely to be confused with a cane toad, although often found on wet roads at night.
- Body size to 7.5cm
- Greyish or light brown back with or without darker flecks or small indistinct patches
- Bright yellow and black markings on inner sides of legs and in arm-pits
- Large discs on fingers and toes
- Dark red upper half of eye
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