The Dainty Green Treefrog (Litoria gracilenta) is a small treefrog of northeastern tropical Queensland. They appear to occur within a variety of habitats in their range. I have found them and heard them calling in rainforest, sugar cane fields, and flooded ditches in industrial parks.
Although it is a pretty little frog, its call is surprisingly harsh. It is a long buzzy, nasal "raaagh" that ascends slightly in pitch before leveling off.
© Chris Harrison 2015