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Green Tree Frog

Description:

It has been raining heavily all night, and these guys came out to mate. They were about the size of my hand.

Habitat:

Wet/moist area.

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10 Comments

Roxanne
Roxanne 8 years ago

Thanks Karen! :)

KarenL
KarenL 8 years ago

Nice spot!

Roxanne
Roxanne 8 years ago

Thanks Samantha, LOL!
Totally, every one I see is attached to another one Argybee!

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 8 years ago

With the rains you've had there it's probably hard to catch them NOT in the act.

SamanthaCraven
SamanthaCraven 8 years ago

Haha caught in the act! Great spot.

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 8 years ago

moved to amphibians :-)

Roxanne
Roxanne 8 years ago

This is on my driveway, Albert. :)

albertyoshidasr
albertyoshidasr 8 years ago

Cool. How close to your home? Here in New Mexico, USA, where we are in the desert.

Roxanne
Roxanne 8 years ago

Thanks Kiki!

Kiara Robinson
Kiara Robinson 8 years ago

Awsome

Roxanne
Spotted by
Roxanne

4275, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jan 24, 2012
Submitted on Jan 25, 2012

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