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Pale toad


Tributary Subdivision

1 Species ID Suggestions

Gray tree frog
Hyla versicolor Gray tree frog

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JackieHolmesBurns 9 years ago

Could be either Hyla versicolor (gray tree frog) or Hyla chrysoceles (Cope's gray tree frog), both of which can be whitish, gray or green and have warty skin. They are indistinguishable to me unless I hear their vocalizations. Both are usually found on vertical surfaces above the ground, whereas toads are found on the ground. Note the suction cup style toes

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Georgia, USA

Spotted on Jun 17, 2012
Submitted on Jun 17, 2012

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