DAY SEVEN. Dwarf Sedge frog Litoria fallax
Dwarf Sedge frogs are commonly heard but not seen. Calling mainly through spring to autumn, these tiny frogs are widespread throughout most of the east coast of Australia. Measuring a mere 26mm, males chirp from trees and reeds throughout the day and night. Most people would have heard these frogs without knowing. These cute little guys belong to the genus Litoria – the Tree frogs, which all have “suction cup” like toes that aid in climbing.