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This tree frog has long slender limbs, webbed hands and feet with large toe discs. The average adult length of the Red Eye Tree Frog is 65mm, with the male ranging from 54 to 62mm while females are larger at 58 to 68mm. Red Eye Tree Frogs are found along the coast of Eastern Australia, all the way from Gosford in N.S.W to the lower Red-eyed leaf frog coloration is quite variable throughout their range. The form typically seen in the pet industry is brilliant green with blue sides mottled with vertically oriented, white reticulations. The ventral surface is completely white. The common name is derived from the bright red or crimson eyes these animals possess. Gray Tree Frogs: Other Species or Phases this Care Sheet May Cover: Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor) Cope’s Gray Treefrog (Hyla chrysoscelis) Sexing and Characteristics: The Grey Tree Frog and The Cope’s Grey Tree Frog look exactly the same and can not be identified in the field as their ranges overlap. American green tree frogs are, as their name suggests, green with a light stripe from the side of the head down the flanks. They don't get terribly big, but these hardy frogs are easy to adopt and make fine pets even for the novice frog owner. What does the Globe Eyed Tree Frog look like? One distinctive feature of the Globe Eyed Tree Frogs are the eyes; these are large and ruby red in colour. The body colouration is a typical dense green to bluish green with some specimens having white to yellow spotting or ring patterns on the back. Red-eyed tree frogs get their name from their distinctive eyes, but it is not known whether the eyes aid in their nocturnal lifestyle or if they are a defense mechanism known as “startle coloration,” which startles would-be predators and gives the frogs a chance to flee.