Skip to main content

Home > Images Dated > 2015 > May > 14 May 2015

Images Dated 14th May 2015

Choose a picture from our collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

38 Items

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Australian green tree frog

Australian green tree frog

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Whites Treefrog or Blue Frog in North & East Australia

Whites Treefrog or Blue Frog in North & East Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog
Portrait of common green tree frog, sitting on greenery. Dominant, king of his domain

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Emu

Emu, (Dromaius novaehollandiae), adult, South Australia, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Mating Eastern Dwarf Green Tree Frog Lamington NP

Mating Eastern Dwarf Green Tree Frog Lamington NP

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Tree Frog

Tree Frog in Kimberley, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green tree frog by the window

Green tree frog by the window

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Perons Tree Frog (Litoria peroni)

Perons Tree Frog (Litoria peroni)
This little frog matched the colour and texture of the branch well, but not well enough to avoid detection by a curious photographer

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: White-lipped Tree Frog (Litoria infrafrenata)

White-lipped Tree Frog (Litoria infrafrenata)
A large frog found in the far tropical north of Queensland

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog
A green tree frog sitting on a leaf watching and waiting for his next meal

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Frog

Green Frog
Green frog on a rock

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Australian green tree frog, litoria caerulea

Australian green tree frog, litoria caerulea
The green tree frog is larger than most Australian frogs, reaching 10 centimeters in length

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Emu

Emu, (Dromaius novaehollandiae), two adults at water, South Australia, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Tree frog

Tree frog

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Tree Frog

Tree Frog
Tree frogs are usually tiny, as their weight has to be carried by the branches and twigs in their habitat. While some reach 10 cm (4 in) or more

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green tree-frog waiting for his lunch

Green tree-frog waiting for his lunch
Green Tree Frogs (Litoria caerulea) are one of the largest Australian frogs, found in all states except Victoria and Tasmania. They live in urban areas, forests and woodlands, wetlands and heath

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea)

Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) on palm frond at Cape Leveque, Western Australia, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea)

Green Tree Frog (Litoria caerulea) on palm frond at Cape Leveque, Western Australia, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree with Frog

Green Tree with Frog
Green tree frog sitting on the side of a pot.Golden eyes

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Red Eyed Green tree Frog

Red Eyed Green tree Frog

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Slender Treefrog, Canning Dam

Slender Treefrog, Canning Dam
The Slender Treefrog (Litoria adelaidensis) leaps from reed to reed in a small stream near Canning Dam in the Perth hills. This species is quite variable, typically being grey-brown in colouration

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Blue Mountains treefrog (Litoria citropa)

Blue Mountains treefrog (Litoria citropa)

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree Frog

Green Tree Frog
tree frog, green

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Close up of emu

Close up of emu
Emu in Daintree, Far North Queensland, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Australian Emu

Australian Emu

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Australian Emu

Australian Emu
The Emu is Australias largest native bird, and the second largest bird in the world. The Ostrich is the largest bird in the world, inhabiting Africa and parts of Asia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Juvenile Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae), close-up

Juvenile Emus (Dromaius novaehollandiae), close-up
Queensland, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Kyleakin Dusk

Kyleakin Dusk
A beautiful dusk at Kyleakin comes in over the bridge to Skye. Inner Hebrides Scotland

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Frog on tree branch

Frog on tree branch
Green-and-gold Bell frog (litoria aurea) on a tree branch in Taronga zoo, Sydney, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green Tree frog

Green Tree frog

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Green frog

Green frog sitting on rock

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Red eyed Tree Frog

Red eyed Tree Frog
This rain forest Red-eyed Tree Frog can be found from Sydney up to the mid Queensland coast line in Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Desert tree frog

Desert tree frog, South East Queensland, Australia

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Emu portrait

Emu portrait
In profile close-up of the head of an Australian Emu Bird (Dromaius novaehollandiae)

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Old emu

Old emu

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Emu with eyes in focus

Emu with eyes in focus

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Pelican

Pelican

Background imageImages Dated 14th May 2015: Melbourne City After Strom

Melbourne City After Strom
Melbourne, Australia


All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping