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Rhacophorus arboreus is a relatively large treefrog with adult males smaller (42-60mm) than females (59-82mm). These frogs have large heads. They have well developed webbing on their hands but only moderate webbing on their toes. Digits terminate in truncated discs. Dorsally, these frogs are bright green with or without black or brown spots with black edges. Ventrally, they are white or cream with pale brown spots. The iris is orange to brownish red.