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Old 11th October 2010   #1
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Default Frog identification please. Spring peeper?

Hello, any idea what frog this is? I took the pic in Fort Worth, Texas today. The frog was very agile, could jump several feet, was about an inch long. It has two distinct red spots on the back, and small warts. Thanks!
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Thanks a lot !!!


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