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Old 10th July 2014   #1
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He/she is a cutie! Found em in my backyard, I used to find the little pacific tree frogs in my yard, but he's big!
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Got a bright green head. I was thinking green frog but the tympanum lines are wrong. Hmm. Any ideas??



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Do you get bullfrogs in your area?



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Do you get bullfrogs in your area?
I thought about that! Is it possible it's a juvenile?



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I live in western Washington.



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@sde herps in my area, maybe he will have an idea?



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It's a bullfrog. They're now somewhat common in western WA, at least in places. Green frogs are more common around Vancouver BC, and have long dorsolateral ridges which the bullfrogs lack.



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Kermit.



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Its a female bullfrog.

Extremely invasive, killing off the Oregon spotted frog from Oregon and Washington. I used to actually like this species, heh, not anymore. Once I found out how destructive they really are.
Anyway, its probably traveling from some nearby pond, they do that sometimes to look for new ponds to settle in. -Seth



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