The skin of a White’s tree frog has a waxy cuticle that helps prevent water evaporation allowing the frog to survive in arid conditions. The frog’s skin has many perforations of skin glands that also keep it moist. White’s tree frogs are bright green in color or a mixture of green and bronze, often with scattered white spots on the sides. The White’s tree frog is found in the provinces of Western Australia (northern portion), Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales. The frog is also found in southern New Guinea.