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Description Comparison of the large green tree frogs of temperate and tropical Australia. Left is the en:White-lipped Tree Frog ( Litoria infrafrenata), the centre is en:White's Tree Frog ( Litoria caerulea) and the right is the en:Magnificent Tree Frog ( Litoria splendida)
Date 26 October 2006
Source Two photos taken by me, White-lipped from Wikipedia . Compilation created by me.
Author en:User:LiquidGhoul and en:User:Bignoter


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