Joanne Weston

Joanne Weston

Australia
Australia

amphibian images

20 amphibian stock photos, vectors, and illustrations are available royalty-free.

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A curious Australian green tree frog look over a ledge on black.
Red eyed tree frog stalks his prey in a Costa Rican  jungle.
The amazing blue sides of the red eyed tree frog.
A huge flying tree frog blinks for the camera In Costa Rica.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
An Australian green tree frog carefully watches some nearby crickets before pouncing on them.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
A curious Red eyed tree frog peers over a banana leaf to investigate the photographer in Costa Rica.
A beautiful green tree frog displays his huge green hands while climbing on black.
A beautiful blue sided leaf frog prepares to launch in the rainforests of Costa Rica.
A beautiful blue sided leaf frog climbs a halyconia leaf in the rainforests of Costa Rica.
A huge Australian green tree frog posses for the camera.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
Happy as a tree frog. Australian green tree frog close up.
The common mist frog Litoria rheocola is native to the fast flowing streams of the wet tropics in Australia. They are only seen at night, average 35mm in size and are listed as critically endangered.
Cartoon vector illustrations of colorful tree frogs. Optional colors include green tree frog, red eye tree frog, blue poison dart frog, and golden eye tree frog plus more.
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