tree frog (Hyla)

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Time posted: September 29, 2006

We have approxmately one squillion leopard frogs (Rana pipens, the regular old frog) around here. I’m not even going to waste pixels on those. But I noticed this little guy clinging to the front door trim after a good rain this summer. The pads on his feet make him a tree frog. Rana have little pointy toes. So I think he’s a Hyla species, but I’m no expert frogologist here, okay? Let’s just leave it at tree frog.

tree frog Hyla species
a tree frog is somewhat out of the ordinary around here


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