OK, so some of you probably think I’m a little strange, to devote a post to a frog. Maybe I am, but this is only the second time in four-and-half years that I’ve seen one of these guys here. (We had hundreds at our former home.)
And frogs are an important indicator of ecological stability; when we spew forth all our disgusting chemicals and rubbish, the frogs are among the first to suffer.
This is a Green Tree Frog, Litoria caerulea, also known, chez Dinahmow, as ” a big, sticky-foot frog.” This one is about the size of my palm; they don’t get much bigger.
Lesson over! Go google more info…