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bleating tree frog

The frog is small (45 millimetres) in length. The dorsal surface of this frog is a dark or pale, rich brown, with broad irrigular, lighter bands on each side of the frog starting from the back of the eye. A dark stripe runs from the snout, through the eye and onto the tympanum. There is a white bar directly under the under. The ventral surface is light cream, although in breeding males can be yellow. The fingers are one-third webbed, and toes are two thirds webbed. The tympanum is visible. The iris is a strong rusty red colour. During the breeding season males become a yellowish colour.

The Bleating Tree Frog or Keferstein's Tree Frog (Litoria dentata) is a tree frog of the genus Litoria. This frog is native to coastal eastern Australia, from south-eastern Queensland, to around Eden, New South Wales.

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