Green-Eyed Tree Frog
The green-eyed tree frog has adapted its appearance to blend in with the moss-covered rain forests of Queensland, Australia.
The frogs' coloration and markings vary with their specific habitat, but they usually have a brownish-green body with rust-colored blotches that match the lichen-covered rocks lining the creeks and streams they tend to live near.
This species gets its name not for green eyes per se, but rather for a line of brilliant green that often adorns the brow of each eye. They are also distinguishable by a row of skin flaps along their arms and legs, which resembles a serrated knife.
Females, which are significantly larger than males, grow to about 2.8 inches. Males, which emit a mating call that sounds like