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Tree frog

Hyla sp.


This small frog is about 2" to 2.5" it is light brown with a few darker brown patches [the patches have a blackish brown liner]. It is probably native to Missouri but might be common in other regions also.


I am not certain of its habitat but if anyone could tell the species than I can look it up.


I can tell that it behaves similar to a cat because it seems to like to sleep in warm sunny places so naturally it would want to sit somewhere that is warm

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Grey Treefrog
Hyla Versicolor
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North Kirkwood Middle School
Spotted by a student at North Kirkwood Middle School

Des Peres, Missouri, USA

Lat: 38.60, Long: -90.46

Spotted on Apr 20, 2013
Submitted on Apr 22, 2013

Spotted for mission

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