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Canary-yellow spots adorn an Orange-bellied Tree-frog in a tropical rainforest in Papua New Guinea.  //  Orange-bellied Tree-frog - Hylidae: Litoria (=Hyla) sp. Length to 4.5cm. A litter layer of decomposing leaves and twigs carpets the rainforest floor, trapping water and providing a micro-habitat for frogs. Large eyes indicate this species is a nocturnal feeder in a dimly-lit environments. Suction pads on the tips of the toes are used for gripping surfaces as it moves through trees in search of food.  //