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Pacific Tree frog

hyla regilla

Description:

Small brown frog. About half an inch. Good camoflogue.

Habitat:

Ponds. Woodlands. Creeks.

Notes:

It's under the rock.

1 species ID suggestions

Zenyn
Zenyn 6 years ago
pacific tree frog
hyla regilla Pacific Tree Frog

1 Comment

Zenyn
Zenyn 6 years ago

I could not find it under the rock but I know it is not a spring peeper because there are none in California. The only species you could have mistaken it for is the pacific tree frog a very common frog which has a rang from Baja to Alaska, unlike the spring peeper which is not found west of the rockies.

Los Angeles, California

Lat: 34.04, Long: -118.58

Spotted on Jun 1, 2010
Submitted on Jun 1, 2010

Reference

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