Scientific Name: Ceratobatrachus guentheri

Found In: Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands/Rain forests, secondary forests, and rural gardens

Size: Adults average between 3 to 4 inches in length; the females are larger than the males.

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of insects, small amphibians, and reptiles.

Threat Level: Least Concern. The exotic pet trade is the major threat to this species, but it supports an overall stable population.

Facts: Solomon Island leaf frogs do not have a free-swimming tadpole stage. The frogs go through the full process of metamorphosis inside of the egg and emerge from the eggs as fully-developed froglets.

Solomon Island Leaf Frog