In the Far North of Queensland in the Rainforest and suburban gardens lives the White Lipped Green Tree Frog. This is the largest tree frog in the world,  growing up to 5.5” long and living for up to 10 years old.  They make a bark sound when they are calling out to their mate or they can meow like a cat when they are in trouble.  This one pictured here I have named ‘Felicity’ sitting on a tropical flower, the Heliconia “Psittacorum” or commonly known as the Parrots Beak Plant.






FrancescaMy home in Cairns is surrounded with a beautiful tropical garden which is also the home of the White Lipped Tree Frogs. They are a pleasure to have about and they give a sense of  tranquility to the garden.  This one I have named ‘Francesca’ and is giving ‘the look’ that sometimes humans give you.  Francesca is sitting on the Heliconia Flower commonly know as the Parrots Beak.







‘Fiona’ would have to be the most cutest of all the frog paintings.  The White Lipped Tree Frogs can be seen hopping from plant to plant at night around the garden on their hunt for little flying insects.  This is the best time to spot them or to photograph them as during the day they become like an ornament.  ‘Fiona” is pictured here sitting on a Heliconia flower the Psittacorum or commanly known as the Parrots Beak Plant.   For more Frog paintings and information be sure to check out ‘Felicity’ and ‘Francesca’.