|# Posted: 4 Aug 2003 00:57
white lipped tree frogs (litoria infrafrenata) are the biggest frogs in Australia. they are found in Nth QLD in the Cape York Peninsula. they can reach a total length of up to 13-14cm, but their normal size is around 11-12cm.
TEMP: keep the day temperature within the enclosure at around 28c and night time temps can drop to around 23-25c. for ways of heating the enclosure read on the WTF page
HUMIDITY: keep the humidity at around 70-80%, if you are having troubles rising or dropping the humidity read on the WTF page
ENCLOSURE: keep one WLTF( whitelipped tree frog) in a 20 gallons aquarium, every time you add a WLTF you MUST add an extra 10 gallons to the aqurium. eg: 1 WLTF=20 gallons, 2 WLTF=30 gallons, 4 WLTF=40gallons etc. WLTF are a much more aboreal species than the WTF, so you must provide a taller aquarium for more aboreal space.
furnish the aqurium similar to the WTF's aquariums.
LIGHTING: read on WTF page
BREEDING: exactly the same as WTF, but then after the cooling down period, increase the humidity to around 80%+.