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The gray tree frogs are normally green when they are recent metamorphs. The white patch under the eye is your key character for knowing this is not a green tree frog, in addition to the bumpy skin like you mentioned. Then genetic analyses were done to separate gray/cope's gray from each other since you cannot visually tell them apart, and only cope's gray is found in the southeast US.
Spotted on Sep 27, 2014 Submitted on Sep 27, 2014