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Old 29th October 2016   #1
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Default Frog identification

Can anyone identify this frog?

Its from where I work, in a garden centre in Florida. I havent seen any like it unless it can change colour and blend in to disguise? its got me curious... sure would like to know

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Old 29th October 2016   #2
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Hi! That is an American green tree frog. (Hyla cinerea) Besides being green, they can also turn brown, but that's due to temperature and stress and not typically for camouflage tactics



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