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Found in a trash can
Cool! Thanks for that I didn't know.
Gray treefrogs are often greenish, particularly when they are young. Also, there are at least two species of gray treefrogs in Missouri that are normally only identifiable by their mating calls. The other is _Hyla chrysoscelis_ (Cope's Gray Treefrog).
Isn't he!? I took him out of the trashcan... it just seemed sad.
Lat: 38.55, Long: -90.44
Spotted on Oct 23, 2010 Submitted on Oct 23, 2010