Photos Australian Frogs

Northern Dwarf Tree frog Litooria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

Northern Dwarf Tree frog Litoria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

Australian frog photos and Australian frog posters.

You are welcome to freely download and print these, or use them as screensavers, for school projects, share them around to spread good cheer, etc.

I know anthropomorphism is frowned upon in zoological circles, but this is just a bit of fun.

These photos and posters are not for commercial use without my permission.

 

 

Frog posters

A Dainty tree frog Litoria gracilis takes it easy in a waterlily flower Nymphaea caerulea. Poster by David Clode.

A Dainty tree frog Litoria gracilis takes it easy in a waterlily flower Nymphaea caerulea. Poster by David Clode.

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"I have issues!". Green tree frog, Litoria caerulea. Poster: David Clode.

“I have issues!”. Green tree frog, Litoria caerulea. Poster: David Clode.

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"Hang in there!" frog poster by David Clode.

“Hang in there!” frog poster by David Clode.

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"Before Coffee" poster by David Clode.

“Before Coffee” poster by David Clode.

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"After Coffee!" poster by David Clode.

“After Coffee!” poster by David Clode.

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"Too Much Coffee!" poster by David Clode.

“Too Much Coffee!” poster by David Clode.

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Frog photos

I you can think of captions, you are welcome to add them to the comments at the base of the page, and I may get around to making a poster with the caption.

Ornate Burrowing frog Limnodynastes ornatus. cairns. Photo: David Clode.

Ornate Burrowing frog Limnodynastes ornatus. Cairns. Photo: David Clode.

The same species but a different individual as the frog in the “Too much coffee” poster above (Ornate Burrowing Frog Limnodynastes ornatus).

Dainty or Graceful tree frog Litoria gracilenta.

Dainty or Graceful tree frog Litoria gracilenta. Photo: David Clode.

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Frog eye. White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata. Photo: David Clode.

Frog eye. White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata. Photo: David Clode.

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"I am not so sure. Its a long way down!" Dwarf treefrog. Photo: David Clode.

“I am not so sure. Its a long way down!” Dwarf treefrog. Photo: David Clode.

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Striped Marsh Frog Limnodynastes peronii. Cairns. . Photo: David Clode.

Striped Marsh Frog Limnodynastes peronii. Cairns. . Photo: David Clode.

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Northern Dwarf tree frog Litoria bicolor, on its penthouse perch. Photo: David Clode.

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog Litoria bicolor, peering down from its penthouse perch. Photo: David Clode.

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Litoria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

Litoria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

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Northern Dwarf Tree frog Litoria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog Litoria bicolor. Photo: David Clode.

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Baby Tree Frog (Northern Dwarf Tree Frog Litoria bicolor). Photo: David Clode.

Baby Tree Frog (Northern Dwarf Tree Frog Litoria bicolor) sitting on the tip of my little finger.  One-handed photo by David Clode.

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Northern Dwarf Treefrog. Photo: David Clode.

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

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Northern Dwarf Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode..

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

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Northern Dwarf Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

Northern Dwarf Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

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White-lipped Treefrog, Litoria infrafrenata. Out and about on a rainy night, Cairns cemetery.

White-lipped Treefrog, Litoria infrafrenata. Out and about on a rainy night. Cairns cemetery.

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White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata. Photo: David Clode.

The king of the castle. White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata (male, I think). Cairns botanic gardens.  Photo: David Clode.

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White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata (female, I think). Photo: David Clode.

White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata (female, I think) hanging around the big fella above. Photo: David Clode.

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Litoria caerulea, Green Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

Litoria caerulea, Green Tree Frog. Photo: David Clode.

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A White-lipped tree frog photographed next to a pond at night... looking for a mate. Photo: David Clode.

A White-lipped tree frog photographed next to a pond at night… looking for a mate. Photo: David Clode.

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Green tree frog Litoria caerulea.

Green tree frog Litoria caerulea.

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White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata.

White-lipped tree frog Litoria infrafrenata looking out from a water lily flower Nymphaea gigantea.

Hopefully more to come.

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