|Male tree frogs can grow to about 5cm in length; females at 7.5cm are slightly larger.
|The coloring of tree frogs varies from green¬-grey to a less common muddy¬ brown. Not all specimens have the eponymous four lines on their back.
Common tree frog
The Common tree frog, also called Fourlined tree frog or Golden Tree frog, is widely spread around Southeast Asia. This Amphibian spends most of its time jumping around the canopy using its powerful legs and long digits with adhesive pads. They are listed as Least Concern by IUCN.
… that tree frogs live near water not because they like to drink (actually they absorb water through their skin never really having to ‘drink’), but because without ponds, lakes or rivers they cannot breed.