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Old 26th May 2018   #1
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Default ID please tadpoles

Hello guys. I was trying to open my above ground pool and discovered hundreds of tadpoles. I tried to ID them but know little about frogs. I live in Missouri and i am thinking they might be spring peepers or gray tree frog or copes gray treefrog but have come across several others that could be possible too. Curious if anyone else could help out and give possible info on the species. Thank you! I have many different pictures and can crop and zoom in and try to attach if it helps anyone, just let me know!

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