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Cuban Tree Frog

Osteopilus septentrionalis

Description:

Around 9:00 p.m. at night, I decided to go outside, to see if I could find any amphibians, reptiles, or insects, that I could take photos of. I grabbed my camera, and I went outside. There was one small amphibian on the front porch, and as soon as I turned the door knob, it jumped into the grass. There was one small beetle, on the front step. Another beetle was near the left front window. I looked up at the left wall, and I saw a large amphibian, resting high up on this wall. I grabbed my camera, and I took some photos of this large amphibian. About one minute later, this large amphibian, jumped into the bushes. This was about a six foot jump, from the wall, to the bottom of the bushes. The color of this large amphibian, is different shades of brown.

Habitat:

I spotted this large amphibian, resting high up on a wall, near the left front window.

Notes:

Around 9:00 p.m. at night, I grabbed my camera, and I went outside, to try to find something to photograph. I spotted one large amphibian, resting high up on a wall, that was near the left front window. This large amphibian, stayed in this position for about one minute, before it jumped into the bushes. This large amphibian, jumped from high up on a wall, to the bottom of the bushes. This is about a six foot jump.

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maplemoth662
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maplemoth662

Okeechobee, Florida, United States

Spotted on May 17, 2018
Submitted on May 18, 2018

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