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Gray Maryland Treefrogs

Hyla versicolor


The scientific name implies that the gray tree frogs differ in color making them camouflage themselves from gray to green. Depending on their environment


The gray tree frog are most common in forested areas. They hang out near bodies of water such as a swimming pool where I found them.

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1 Comment

ForestDragon 5 years ago

Hi Micah! Welcome to Project Noah! You have a great start to your spottings here, however, the name you have in the Scientific Name field is a common name. If you do not know the scientific name for an organism, you should leave that area blank and mark the box for help to ID. I have adjusted this one for you.

There are two different species of Gray Treefrog found in Maryland, I can't tell you which ones these are. The genus is

Here is a link to help:

Micah Nicholson
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Micah Nicholson

Maryland, USA

Spotted on Sep 7, 2015
Submitted on Oct 21, 2015

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