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Cuban tree frog

Osteopilus septentrionalis


spotted in patio fountain/pond


Cuban treefrogs can be highly variable in color -- from pale tan/pale green without any markings to dark green or brown with an even darker color pattern on the back and legs. Sometimes they almost look white when they are inactive or cold. This is the most unusally colored Cuban tree that I've seen.

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Jeannette 11 years ago

Wonderful spotting and series :)

CGeek95 11 years ago

Cool n__n

CarolSnowMilne 11 years ago

Great series. WOW, so yellow. That is cool!

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 11 years ago

Wonderful love the eyes great series !

auntnance123 11 years ago

Thanks, Neil. I thought it was particularly handsome myself; the yellow-green was new to me. And it was very user-friendly, letting me get less than a foot away with the camera.

NeilDazet 11 years ago

Spectacular! All of those photos are excellent. Nice lookin' frog!

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Cocoa, Florida, United States

Spotted on Jun 8, 2012
Submitted on Jun 9, 2012

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