Re: Unknown young frog
"Walter Knapp" waltknapp
Thu Sep 20, 2007 8:26 am ((PDT))
Posted by: "M, J, & V Phinney"
> What part of the continent was the frog found in?
> It looks somewhat like the squirrel tree frogs that I raised from tadpoles
> several years ago (collected in southwestern Florida)
The other choice here in the SE would be possibly the Pinewoods Treefrog
but I'd lean toward Squirrel Treefrog too. The way to tell is the
markings on the legs in areas that are hidden when the legs are folded.
These frogs have pretty wide variations in body color.
Look at the two species on my website:
Of course if it's outside the SE all bets are off.
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