Peppered tree frog

The Peppered tree frog is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Peppered Tree Frog, (Litoria piperata) is a species of critically endangered tree frog found in northern New South Wales, Australia. More

The peppered tree frog has actually not been seen in it's natural habitat since the 1970's. It was last observed between 800 to 1000 m, (2625 to 3280 feet), in altitude in an easterly flowing stream on the New England Tablelands. More

The Peppered Tree Frog (Litoria piperata) (Tyler and Davies 1985) is a small (20 to 27mm) hylid frog belonging to the leaf green tree frog species complex. More

The Peppered Tree Frog has been recorded from five streams on the Northern Tablelands and distributed from the Gibraltar Ranges to south of Armidale (NSW NPWS 2001; Tyler & Davies 1985). 3. More

Information on the peppered tree frog is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly... More

Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Litoria
Species : piperata
Authority : Tyler and Davies, 1985