Davies, McDonald and Adams, 1986
|Distribution of the Orange-thighed Frog|
The Orange-thighed Frog (Litoria xanthomera) is a species of tree frogs. They live in tropical places in Queensland, Australia. They are green with orange eyes. They also look like the Red-eyed tree frog. The Orange-thighed frog is a medium-sized tree frog. They can reach up to 5.5 centimeters in length. It is a skinny frog with a thin body, flat head and large orange eyes.
Male Orange-thighed frogs will gather in groups in ponds. They will call for a mate from branches or on the edge of the water. Their call is a long aaa-rk. They will mate with females after a heavy rainfall. Their eggs are brown and the female can lay from 800 to 1600 eggs. The Orange-thighed frog's tadpole are similar to the Red-eye tree frogs.
Books[change | change source]
- Barker, J.; Grigg, G.C. & Tyler, M.J. (1995). A Field Guide to Australian Frogs. Surrey Beatty & Sons.
- Stratford, Danial (2000). "Litoria xanthomera". http://www.jcu.edu.au/school/tbiol/zoology/herp/Litoriaxanthomera.PDF. Retrieved 2006-09-06.