- Climbing With Tree Frogs. // National Geographic Little Kids;Jul/Aug2012, Issue 33, p6
Several photographs of tree frogs are presented.
- City of frogs. Low, Tim // Nature Australia;Summer2000-2001, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p24
Reports on the increase in frog population in Brisbane, Queensland. Reasons for the popularity of the green tree frog; Todpole distribution in the area; Policy of the Restoring Australian Native Amphibians group on todpoles.
- Frog find. // Ranger Rick;Feb99, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p14
Presents a picture featuring the different kinds of treefrogs.
- Treetop Hoppers. Lambeth, Ellen // Ranger Rick;Mar2014, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p6
The article lists characteristics distinguishing treefrogs from other kinds of frogs, including their sticky toes, coloration, and small size.
- POSTER: Tree Frogs of the World. // WILD (1492014X);Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p24
Presents a list of tree frogs.
- Down to One. Stone, Daniel // National Geographic;Jul2013, Vol. 224 Issue 1, p27
The article reports that of several dozen rate Rabbs' fringe-limbed tree frogs rescued from Panama in 2005, only one remains alive as of June 2013.
- The spotted frog that became magnificent. Fingland, Martin // Wildlife Australia;Autumn2005, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p13
Describes the characteristics of a spotted green treefrog found in Australia. Distinctions of a green frog; Behavior of the frog; Life-cycle of a green treefrog.
- GET A GRIP. Crane, Cody // Science World;9/3/2007, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p3
The article focuses on the discovery of Jon Barnes, a scientist at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, on the anatomical feature that gives tree frogs their ability to cling at extreme angles.
- Systematics of the Litoria citropa (Anura: Hylidae) Complex in Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland, Australia, With the Description of a New Species . Mahony, Michael; Knowles, Ross; Foster, Ralph; Donnellan, Stephen // Records of the Australian Museum;5/9/2001, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p37
Focuses on a study which described the hylid frog, Litoria daviesae, found in Australia. Description and anatomy; Observation on the mitochondrial DNA; Morphological analysis of amphibian; Methodology and discussion.