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Hyla arborea


It's a frog that lives in the trees, the most common in this area after the green frog which is hard to find them by the color green has also come in blue and yellow but that cases are exceptional.


It lives in trees and only go dawn to the water when they need to reproduct.

1 Species ID Suggestions

Mediterranean tree frog or stripeless tree frog
Hyla meridionalis Hyla meridionalis

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injica 10 years ago

Nice spotting! Good start, don't give up :)

MarcSaisPoch 11 years ago

okay thanks for the information :)

DanielePralong 11 years ago

Hello MarcSaisPoch, and welcome to Project Noah. You tree fog appears to be Hyla meridionalis, not Hyla arborea. Hyla arborea has a stripe on the flank.

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Torroella de Montgrí, Catalunya/Cataluña, Spain

Spotted on Jan 30, 2013
Submitted on Jan 30, 2013

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