White Lined Leaf Frogs (Phyllomedusa vaillanti) are a larger relative of the more commonly seen Waxy Monkey Frog (P. sauvagii). These animals are native to the Amazon Basin and require a large humid enclosure with plenty of climbing opportunites. They tend to remain relatively still and inactive throughout the day relying on their green colouration to blend in with their surroundings, becoming more active in the evening and into the night.
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|LATIN NAME||Phyllomedusa vaillanti|
|ADULT SIZE||3 to 6 inch (8 to 15cm) body|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||18x18x24in (45x45x60cm) minimum|