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This tree frog has a bright yellow belly and its back varies from pale green to dark gray.
Lots of these frogs can be found crossing the road on rainy nights in the summer. They seem to like areas with plenty of white pine.
Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fascinating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great series!
super cool :)
What a precious little guy! Great shot!
Congrats on being recognized at Animal Planet with this spot.
I wish i had seen that!
That frog stayed still!
Love this photo! Great job!
What a shot! Love it
Love frogs.... love these pictures... beautiful shots! Thanks, David.
Thanks to all the great spotters who continue to comment on this tree frog. It's great to be a part of such an outstanding community of frog fans and nature lovers! Keep all those amazing spottings coming!
"It made me to reach Project Noah. I can't forget this frog!" -- "Congratulations and thank you David for a fascinating picture!" --"The frog is co-operating you like a perfect model!"
Very nice photo!
David, I don't want to hurt any feelings, but I still like your frog best!
Fantastic picture, love the striking contrast between the lilac buds and the frog. What kind of camera, lens are you using?
Good call, Alice. I strongly recommend the same thing.
David, I wonder if you don't want to enter him in this week's contest under Missions. It is not too late until midnight tomorrow night?
Great shot, you do have the eye David! And congrats!
Lat: 44.07, Long: -69.14
Spotted on Jun 13, 2008 Submitted on Apr 13, 2011
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