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Polypedates maculatus, the Indian tree frog is a common species of tree frog found in South Asia. It was described by John Edward Gray in 1830. These frogs measure about 7–8 cm in body length. They are mostly brownish, yellowish, greyish, or whitish above, with darker spots or markings, rarely with an hourglass-shaped figure on the back of the head and the front of the back.
Seen at a garden.