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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #1
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Default Tree frog of some sort?

Hi,
First timer here.
So I found this little frog (2cm) in my garden.

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At first I thought it was Bird-voiced tree frog Hyla avivoca which isn't common in my area, Cincinnati, Ohio but I'm thinking it might be the common Gray tree frog, Hyla versicolor which I didn't know comes in green as well.

hmm, I guess I can't post pictures...
Here's a direct link
https://flic.kr/p/2h1pv6o



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Probably a Copes. Look in inguinal region if you see yellow itís a Gray



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Default Re: Tree frog of some sort?

I checked out the hind legs and don't see any bright colors. It's still pretty small/young so maybe no colors.



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Default Re: Tree frog of some sort?

Yeah, one of those two hylids is my guess. Think you'll have to wait for the adult coloration to develop (that looks like a metamorph) before you can conclusively ID the frog as already discussed.



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