Common mist frog

The Common mist frog is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Common Mist Frog (or sometimes Common Mistfrog), Litoria rheocola, is a species of tree frog native to north-eastern Queensland, Australia. More

The Common Mist Frog inhabits the riparian zone of fast flowing streams in rainforests and wet sclerophyll forests of eastern Tropical North Queensland. Males call from the edge of the streams, between rocks or in overhanging vegetation to attract mates. The call is a long "wreek". More

Images previous Common mist frog imageCommon mist frog on leaf © Stephen Richardsnext Common mist frog imageCommon mist frog on leaf Species related by - * Family group * Habitat More

Common mist frog tadpolenext Common mist frog image © Jodi Rowley Jodi Rowley Email: jodi.rowley@gmail. More

Common Mist FrogCommon Mist Frog Litoria rheocola Dainty Green Tree Frog Litoria gracilenta White-lipped Tree Frog Litoria infrafrenata Green-eyed Frog Litoria (serrata) genimaculata Green Tree More

species : Myola palm, Myola frog and Common mist frog (not so common now!) Cassowary have been sighted across the river, opposite this site, and the river can be crossed via a simple ford or during low river levels (late dry season). More

Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Litoria
Species : rheocola
Authority : Liem, 1974