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Ok thanks for the ID ill be sure to change it
I agree with NeilDazet; this is definitely a Pacific Chorus Frog (Pseudacris regilla). Leopard frogs have very distinctive dorsolateral folds, which are not found on the pictured frog (and which are also not found on P. regilla).
Hi Team Brinez 2. Based on the spotting location and the markings on this frog, I think it is a Pacific Tree Frog. It looks like the distribution of the Northern Leopard Frog doesn't get over to the Vancouver area. The dark stripe through the eye is a common characteristic of the Pacific Tree Frog.
Spotted on Oct 7, 2012 Submitted on Oct 7, 2012
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