common mist frog

The Common Mist Frog inhabits the riparian zone of fast flowing streams in rainforests and wet sclerophyll forests of eastern Tropical North Queensland. Males call from the edge of the streams, between rocks or in overhanging vegetation to attract mates. The call is a long "wreek". Breeding occurs throughout the year, with peak calling occurring between November and March. 46-63 eggs are laid beneath rocks, to prevent being washed away with the stream. The tadpoles are stream dwellers, and have suctorial mouth parts to allow them to survive in fast-flowing water.

The Common Mist Frog (Litoria rheocola) is a species of tree frog native to north-eastern Queensland, Australia.


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