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Cuban tree frog


This one appears to differ from the usual specimen I encounter. It is the white and black lined stripe along its side that I it stand out to me.


Pond side. After a long sequence of drenching rains.

1 Species ID Suggestions

BrendanSmith 10 years ago
Green Tree Frog
Hyla cinerea

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LeafWolf 10 years ago

Not a Cuban Treefrog. This guy is native

BrendanSmith 10 years ago

Markings and coloration are incorrect for a Cuban. This is a green tree frog, very common in the southeastern states.

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Florida, USA

Spotted on Oct 9, 2012
Submitted on Oct 9, 2012

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