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Squirrel tree frog

Hyla squirella

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SpencerGitter 7 years ago

Sounds good to me. Squirrel it is :-) thanks

AshleyT 7 years ago

Squirrel Tree Frogs are best distinguished from Greens by their lack of yellow spots on the back. Greens will have at least a few yellow spots, but Squirrels don't have any.
Another not so great character to look at is the thick white stripe on the lip. Usually in Greens in goes at least to the thigh, and in Squirrels in barely goes past the lip. However, not all Greens and Squirrels even have the white stripe.

SpencerGitter 7 years ago

Wasn't positive and have never seen Squirrel tree frogs in Wake County. What are you seeing on him to say Squirrel? Thanks

senoralgodon 7 years ago

Actually, looks more like a squirrel tree frog

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Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

Spotted on May 10, 2013
Submitted on May 10, 2013

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