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Definitely not Rana pretiosa. There is nothing about the body size/shape that could make this a frog in the Genus Rana. Also, you can see enlarged toe pads on the back foot, making this a tree frog. There is only one tree frog in Oregon, and it can be green-brown and solid or spotted.
Spotted on Aug 15, 2012 Submitted on Aug 17, 2012