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Japanese tree frog

Hyla japonica


Japanese tree frogs are commonly seen nearby rice paddies. They are approximately 3-4 cm in length and they can change color from bright green to shades of grey. They have a brown strip which extends from the nose to the ear and beyond. The anterior portion (belly) is white. Their call is often heard and sounds like "Gweh" and "Gwack"


Rice paddies, ponds, wet forests, and their surroundings. They are also found in Eastern China and the Korean Peninsula.

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OnengDyah 8 years ago

Cute frog...

Sudachi 8 years ago

Thank you joanbstanley!

joanbstanley 8 years ago

Nice shot

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徳島市 (Tokushima), Japan

Spotted on Jul 12, 2006
Submitted on Jun 4, 2012

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