Blue eyed white tree frog Defining Characteristics,
- Great Beginner Tree Frog
- Bright Teal-bluish Coloration with White Spots
- Loud Call
- Easy to Handle
- Can be Housed in Groups
Name: The White’s Tree Frog(blue eyed white tree frog), also known as the Dumpy Tree Frog, is scientifically known as Litoria caerulea. They are so named for their large, simple appearance (dumpy) and for the naturalist who originally described the species, John White. The Blue-Eyed trait is indicative of the blue eyes that this morph has.
Certified Breeder Program: These Blue eyed White tree frog were procured via our Certified Breeder Program. This certification process will allow us to bring a wider variety of healthy, captive bred animals to you, our customers. We stand behind these animals just like any animals bred at our facility.
Temperature: They can tolerate a wide range of temperatures – keep your frogs between 75F ot 85F. At FR, we house our White’s tree frogs at 74-76F, with occasional temperature highs in the low 80s. Night time drops down into the 60sF is fine, and encouraged if you are trying to breed White’s Tree Frogs. Measure temperature with a digital temperature gauge.
blue eyed white tree frog Description
The green tree frog is a plump, rather large tree frog, and can grow up to 11.5 cm (4.5 in) in length, with fully grown females being slightly larger than males. A distinctive fatty ridge is seen over the eye, and the parotoid gland is moderately large. The iris is golden and has a horizontally slit pupil, and the tympanum (a skin membrane similar to an eardrum) is visible just behind the eye.