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Japanese Tree Frog

Hyla japonica (Dryophytes japonicus )


Consider an endemic species from Japan, it is found in some areas of China Mongolia and Korea, It was formerly considered to be a subspecies of H. arborea (European tree frog)


Deciduous broad-leaved forests, forest steppes, bush lands, meadows, swamps, paddy fields, ponds, and the surrounding vegetation.


Picture by Eytan Sequeira Mora (my son)

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Jonathan Sequeira
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Jonathan Sequeira

島根県, Japan

Lat: 36.06, Long: 133.06

Spotted on Apr 2, 2018
Submitted on Apr 2, 2018

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