Jungguy Tree Frog cross stitch was inspired by a Faunaverse photograph from the wild tropical forests of northern Australia. This particular frog (aka litoria jungguy) is bright yellow and is only visible when the male frogs are ready to breed.
DID YOU KNOW? Your purchase of this chart helps birds and animals all over Australia as the Faunaverse team continue their important field research and wildlife survey work.
Our awesome cross stitch recreates this gorgeous yellow frog sitting high in a tree branch. Using 29 different DMC colours and black Aida cloth, you’ll capture the full texture and detail of the little frog’s bright breeding tones.
This project is not full coverage, so you’ll only be stitching the frog and tree branch (15,670 stitches (45.4 x 36.3cm on 14 count Aida).
Faunaverse Wildlife is series of books created by field zoologist Alex Dudley and his wife Jane. Together Alex and Jane explore Australia’s wild places — photographing vulnerable species, writing cool poems, and educating the wider community on wildlife conservation and better landcare practices.
Alex is also a working zoologist and fauna survey consultant to Australian government departments, while Jane is a musician, writer, and conservationist.
SUPPORT AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE PROTECTION: Alex and Jane Dudley of Faunaverse Books and Photography have dedicated their lives to conservation, land restoration, and the protection of Australia’s vulnerable species. 50% of the purchase price of this chart goes directly to Faunaverse to help them continue their important work.
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