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I would say its a dentata because of the general body shape and colour and also the white patch under the eye doesn't appear to be that distinct compared with L. jervisiensis. Also jervisiensis has fairly restricted distribution around Sydney. Did you get a chance to see what colours were present on the inner thigh?
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It isn't jervisiensis, it is a strange looking frog, but it does look closest to Litoria dentata. Also denata are all over that area, there are thousands of them at Darkes Forest (10mins away), Lit. jervisiensis is also present there but I have seen many juvenile jervisiensis and they look quiet different to that.
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