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Litoria caerulea 'Whites Tree Frog'

Litoria caerulea 'Whites Tree Frog'

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  • 5mm Hard Laminated Moisture Proof Plastic
  • 3"x6" for vertebrates and 2.5"x6" for inverts
  • Next day processing and USPS First Class Shipping

For vivarium enclosure labels, trade show & Expo signage, retail signage, collector cards, educational facilities, wall art, and more.

These cards contain fun facts about the species including location, natural endemic map, breeding information, care info, relative value in the pet trade and IUCN status.

Standard size measures 3 inches tall and 6 inches wide. Printed on high-quality photo paper and laminated with 5mm hard plastic to protect it from moisture and damage.

Adding pet names, personal photos, store branding, and other customizations is possible but pricing varies. Contact me for a quote.

Litoria caerulea 'Whites Tree Frog' Facts:

Common Names:

  1. Australian green tree frog
  2. White's tree frog
  3. Dumpy tree frog
  4. Smiling tree frog

FUN FACTS: Adults often exhibit a fatty ridge above each eye, lending them a sleepy appearance and earning them the nickname "Dumpy frogs." The White's tree frog boasts highly developed adhesive pads on its toes, facilitating climbing on trees, plants, and vertical surfaces.

LOCATION / HABITAT: Native to northern and eastern Australia, as well as adjoining New Guinea, this species thrives in humid to semi-dry forested areas. Despite its large size, the White's tree frog displays remarkable adaptability.

BREEDING: In the wild, these frogs typically breed following heavy summer rains, a phenomenon that can be replicated with a rain chamber in captivity. Most tadpoles undergo metamorphosis within 2 months, although some may remain in the tadpole stage for up to a year.

BEHAVIOR: Arboreal and nocturnal by nature, this species favors living above ground. Adult White's tree frogs often exhibit a relaxed demeanor. They are known for their messy eating habits, using their front feet to shove food into their mouths. Additionally, they are very docile creatures.


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