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Pseudacris hypochondriaca hypochondriaca
This frog is grayish tan color with a darker pattern on body. There's a dark stripe from tip of nose, across the eye to its shoulder.
On outside kitchen window at night. I should have got a shot of its underside :(
"The Baja Caifornia Treefrog, the Northern Pacific Treefrog, and the Sierran Treefrog all used to be considered the same frog: the Pacific Treefrog, but now they are considered to be three species. Together, they occur throughout almost the entire state, and are probably the most commonly seen frogs in the California, and are certainly the most commonly heard. They all look and sound the same, so you need to look at a range map to determine which species you are looking at." - CaliforniaHerps.com
Spotted on Mar 4, 2012
Submitted on Mar 4, 2012