Big Eyed Tree Frog
Big eyed tree frog is a species of frog found in Tanzania. The species is nocturnal and territorial.
|Scientific Name||Leptopelis vermiculatus|
|Other Names||Peacock tree frog, Amani forest treefrog, vermiculated tree trog|
|Size||4 to 8.5 cm|
|Color||Some individuals are bright green with scattered tiny black spots on the upper surface and the flanks are marbled with black and white; some specimens are brown with non-uniform darker brown triangular patches on the upper surface and lighter or darker brown spots and patches may appear over the forearms and legs; cream-white underside in both the forms|
|Habitat||Closed-canopy wet tropical rainforests at an elevation between 900 and 1800 m|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous (egg laying)|
|Clutch Size||100-150 eggs|
|Average Lifespan||5 to 7 years|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Endangered|
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Published on April 10th 2017 by staff under Frogs. Article was last reviewed on 30th September 2019.