White’s tree frogs are very widespread. They often live in tree hollows and rock crevices. As synanthropic species they are found living close to humans. These nocturnal frogs sleep hidden away during the daytime and hunt insects and spiders at night. White’s tree frogs lay their frogspawn even in the smallest of stagnant
water pools, laying up to 2,000 eggs with clusters of spawn containing 100–200 eggs. The tadpoles emerge after approx. 38 days.
Status according to Red List:Least concern (LC)