Greenhouse frogs live in habitats with damp conditions, often in the proximity of people i.e. in greenhouses or gardens. They have a wide distribution range after being spread by cargo ships and exotic plants. The frogs are nocturnal and feed on invertebrates. For reproduction they are not dependent on water. The 3–26 eggs
are laid in damp conditions. The tadpole stage is skipped – instead fully developed miniature frogs emerge from the eggs.
Status according to Red List:Least concern (LC)