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Cuban treefrog

Osteopilus septentrionalis

Habitat:

Tree

1 Species ID Suggestions

drP
drP 8 years ago


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2 Comments

JeffreyDuby
JeffreyDuby 8 years ago

Young Cuban Tree Frog for sure, bigger eyes and the pattern differs from a Pinewoods (hind legs all the bars pinewoods dont have that).

DonnaBollenbach
DonnaBollenbach 8 years ago

I suggested the Pinewoods Treefrog because this is one is so small and seems to have a pointy nose. While both tree frogs can vary in color, the cuban treefrog is usually much bigger, at least as an adult. The real identifier for the Pinewoods would be orange spots on the inside of the thigh, but we can't see that in this image. Do you recall?

Cassie456
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Cassie456

Florida, USA

Spotted on Feb 16, 2013
Submitted on Feb 24, 2013

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