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With their adhesive finger and toe pads, these tree frogs are excellent climbers. They feed on insects and spiders. The females produce a fluid for reproduction that is whipped (hence their English name) into a frothy, bubbly frogspawn using their legs, which is then hung over the water on branches or leaves. 300–400 eggs are laid in the spawn and fertilised by the male. When the tadpoles emerge, they fall out of the frogspawn into the water