White's Tree Frog
The skin of the White's tree frog has a waxy cuticle which helps control moisture loss. During the dry season it may become dormant. It protects itself from desiccation under a layer of shed skin and mucus.
This frog has large toe pads with sticky secretions that help it cling to smooth surfaces, even upside down.
HABITATForests, woodlands, grasslands
DIETInsects, snails, worms, spiders
LIFE Expectancy5-8 years