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Green Treefrog, Hyla cinerea


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The Green Treefrog is a slender frog, reaching 2.5 inches in length. The color is generally a bright green as seen here. Occasionally specimens may be lighter or even fade to a yellowish green. There is normally a distinct white or yellowish line running laterally along the side of the frog from the snout to the vent, but this stripe may occasionally be reduced or absent. They also can also have yellow flecks on the back. Green Treefrogs may be heard calling anytime from March to October in the South, and during the spring in the northern part of its range
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Treefrogs on a limb
A Green Treefrog together with a Gray Treefrog
Green Treefrog Range

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