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Description

A large species of frog reaching up to 11 cm in body length. It has a green back, sometimes with several small white spots. The belly is white. The pupil is horizontal and the iris is gold. Fingers and toes are three-quarters webbed, both with large discs. Inland NSW individuals can have a blue-green back, and some northern populations have yellow on the fingers, toes, webbing, and undersurfaces of the arms and legs.

Scientific name: Litoria caerulea

 

Note: We do not hold this stock at the Warehouse.

You need to obtain a reptile license before we release

this stock from our Licensed breeder.

Before purchasing this stock, please forward a copy of your reptile license to sales@sydneydiscusworld.com.au

We will advise your eligibility prior to shipping. Please follow all the guidelines stipulated by the

NSW Office of Environment and Heritage-

link provided below.

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/

Reptile keeper licences

Some native snakes, lizards, geckos, dragons and turtles can be kept as pets as long as you have a licence.

Native reptiles are protected by law so if you want to keep a native reptile as a pet you’ll need a

licence from the Office of Environment and Heritage (National Parks and Wildlife Service).

It is illegal to keep exotic (non-native) reptiles.

Get the right licence

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/licences-and-permits/wildlife-licences/native-animals-as-pets/keeping-native-reptiles

Native reptiles that can be kept as pets are each classed as R1, R2, R3, R4 and/or R5. The

right licence for you will depend on how many animals you want to keep and what type of animal you want.

Code of Practice for the Private Keeping of Reptiles

The Code of Practice for the Private Keeping of Reptiles is a guide for people licensed by the OEH to keep reptiles as pets.

 

Protecting native reptiles

 

It’s against the law (National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974) to take reptiles from the wild or release unwanted ones.

 

Taking animals from the wild, or even your backyard, can cause local extinctions.

Dumped animals can spread disease and suffer from starvation or predation.

 

Pet native reptiles must be bought from licensed dealers or breeders.

Licensing helps us:

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SKU:
REP600-051
Weight:
3.33 KGS
Shipping:
$64.95 (Fixed shipping cost)

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