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Squirrel Tree Frog

Hyla squirella

Description:

Green tree frog with thin golden-tan lip line, metallic gold eyelids smooth green skin and light tan line along the sides.

Habitat:

They can be found in fields, urban areas, swamps, pine and oak groves, opened wooded areas, the sides of buildings and almost anywhere that food, moisture and shelter can be found. They return to wetlands to breed, typically in locations such as ephemeral pools, roadside ditches or canopy pools where they are safe from predatory fish.

Notes:

I keep finding them in my backyard storage cube. When I open up the lid, I never know what Im going to find. Sometimes there are black widows, Orb Weavers, Anoles, snails, etc.

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robert emond
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robert emond

Hahira, Georgia, USA

Spotted on Mar 15, 2020
Submitted on Mar 15, 2020

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