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New grey tree frog morph

This is a discussion on New grey tree frog morph within the Tree Frogs forums, part of the Anura: Frogs & Toads category; So I've been raising Grey tree frogs ever since i was able to talk and I've had a lot but ...

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Old 15th January 2015   #1 (permalink)
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So I've been raising Grey tree frogs ever since i was able to talk and I've had a lot but this past summer something new happened. so i was at my workplace and i was washing the windows with a power washer and next thing a little grey tree frog pops out from behind a door like cover on the window so i was like ohhh cool so i brought it home and when i got looking at it i was like this doesn't look like a grey it looks like something else but as i gave it a closer inspection it is a grey but it is a totally different colour its a copper colour with light brown spots on it and no its not a spring peeper i know what those look like lol but this guy has to be last years hatch so he is a little bigger but not full grown. I've had him since august and we only have two types of tree frogs in Ontario and thats the greys and the spring peepers



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Off the top of my head, Ontario has five treefrogs, only two of which really climb trees much: Hyla versicolor, Hyla chrysoscelis, Pseudacris crucifer, Pseudacris triseriata, and Pseudacris maculata. You could have a chorus frog, but pictures would help.



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ohhhhh yes we do hahahahaa i totally forgot but nope he's not a chorus frog either



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