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Cuban Tree Frog

Description:

Fairly common. Definitely a nocturnal species.

Habitat:

Day: nestled in crevices or under leaves. Night: I find them on walls, cars, trees.

Notes:

I found this one during the day, but I can see and hear them at night. I'm not familiar with amphibians in general.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago
Cuban tree frog
Osteopilus septentrionalis Cuban tree frog


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5 Comments

LivanEscudero
LivanEscudero 9 years ago

Also add it to this mission please:
http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/7775...

And here is some more on this frog:
http://www.wec.ufl.edu/extension/wildlif...

Onthetrailto
Onthetrailto 9 years ago

I'm actually working on that myself. I have always wondered what exactly is in my own back yard. So my mission is to try and document everything back there and find out if it should be there or not.

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1217...

These represent what I have found so far. I have a whole cache of photos that I am going through and editing, sorting and identifying.

tibiprada
tibiprada 9 years ago

Onthetrailto: this will be a great addition to our mission :

http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/1039...

Onthetrailto
Onthetrailto 9 years ago

Thank you!

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago

This is an introduced species in Florida, as you might have guessed by the common name. Sadly, Florida is riddled with organisms that aren't supposed to be there.

Onthetrailto
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Onthetrailto

Cooper City, Florida, USA

Spotted on Mar 9, 2012
Submitted on Jul 6, 2012

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