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Cuban Tree frog

Osteopilus septentrionalis

Description:

These are the largest treefrogs in North America! - varying in color from dark green to pale gray. Will change color to match environment. May have spots that sometimes disappear (depending on environment) Big or little feet with the characteristic sticky pads on the toes

Habitat:

Urban Areas, to Swampy areas of Southern Florida

Notes:

This frog is a huge threat to Florida's environment, it's our responsibillaty to put this frogs population under control

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4 Comments

ZackUmbarger
ZackUmbarger 10 years ago

Thanks :)

peter
peter 10 years ago

Added your spotting to the Cuban Tree Frog in Florida mission.

http://projectnoah.org/missions/7775002

ZackUmbarger
ZackUmbarger 10 years ago

They come in a variety of colors, Olive-brown, bronze, gray, or grayish-white. I also heard somewhere that they change colors depending on the temp. of their environment...

alicelongmartin
alicelongmartin 10 years ago

I understood that Cuban frogs are white. Do we have more than one Cuban variety in Florida?

ZackUmbarger
Spotted by
ZackUmbarger

Orlando, Florida, USA

Spotted on Oct 10, 2009
Submitted on Aug 6, 2011

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