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Gray Tree Frog

Hyla versicolor


Green tree frog, but not a green tree frog (Hyla cinerea). This frog is definitely a Hyla versicolor. The difference being Hyla cinerea is found in the southern US and has different colour patterns; Hyla versicolor is more grey like this guy, orange/yellow on the hind legs. This guy was more green in appearance at the time of the photo because of his leafy perch. Thanks to JasonO'Connor for the ID tip!

2 Species ID Suggestions

buggymarsala 12 years ago
Green tree frog
Gray Treefrog
Hyla versicolor

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stormy 12 years ago

If I recall correctly he may have been about an inch, or maybe a little more, from nose to end.

C.Sydes 12 years ago

How small is this little guy?

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Warren, Michigan, USA

Spotted on Jul 10, 2008
Submitted on Jan 18, 2012

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