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Green Tree Frog

Hyla cinerea

Description:

small, light green frog

Habitat:

in the grass under oak trees in a pasture

Notes:

there were hundreds of them all over, you couldn't walk without having them jumping all around you

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Green Tree Frog
Hyla cinerea American green tree frog


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6 Comments

Kat Lester
Kat Lester 9 years ago

So cool

AshleyT
AshleyT 9 years ago

I have only ever found adults, and since they aren't in my area I only see them when I travel so it's kind of a special thing when I do find them. Frogs are my favorite though :)

kaybaxie
kaybaxie 9 years ago

They are cute when they are this small, but they grow quickly and when they move out of the grass and onto the side of the house it gets creepy when there are so many!

AshleyT
AshleyT 9 years ago

I'm jealous you found them everywhere! Love these guys :)

kaybaxie
kaybaxie 9 years ago

I took the pic with my other hand. :-)

GregMasteller
GregMasteller 9 years ago

I'll have to give you a thumbs up on that pic LOL. Did you take the pic with your other hand or someone else :-)

kaybaxie
Spotted by
kaybaxie

Florida, USA

Spotted on Jul 31, 2012
Submitted on Nov 9, 2012

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