Common Name=Green and Golden Bell Frog
Family=Hylidae (tree frogs)
Distribution=This is a less common frog that occurs from the NSW central coast into east Gippsland in Victoria, where it is rare.
Habitat=Generally found in wet areas at lower elevations, breeding at permanent, still water.
Description=These are relatively large frogs (apparently up to 10cm long) and often green with black and gold markings.
Observations=These frogs are known to actively hunt other frogs by their call.
So far I have only seen this one individual — it was in Croajingolong National Park at the edge of a lake during the day.