Red-eyed Tree Frog

Red-eyed tree frog

Red-eyed Tree Frog
Agalychnis callidryas


CLASS
Amphibia
ORDER
Anura
FAMILY
Hylidae

Range

Southern Mexico, Central America, and northern Southe America


Habitat

Lowland tropical rainforests with high humidity


Diet

Small invertebrates

Weight

6 - 15 grams

Length

Male: Up to 2 in
Female: Up to 3 in

IUCN Status

Least Concern

Facts

  • Red-eyed tree frogs get their name from their distinctive eyes.
  • Nocturnal; sleep during the day attached to the bottom of leaves with their eyes closed and body markings covered

 

Conservation

Least Concern
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