Green Gray Treefrog

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Tony T
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Green Gray Treefrog

Post by Tony T »

Not really a macro photo but posted to show the other species of treefrog found in northeastern North America.
Similar to MacroLuv's Hyla arborea HERE; but quite a bit different from
beetleman's Hyla crucifer HERE.
This is Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor); they come in 2 flavours - Grey and Green. You can get some idea of its size by comparing it with the bumblebee at the bottom of the frame.
New Brunswick, Summer 2006, Nikon D70, 200mm macro, 1/400s @f7.1, ISO 200.

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Post by JoanYoung »

A cute frog Tony. Nice shot. Welcome to the forum. :)
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Post by beetleman »

Beautiful photo Tony. I have seen the gray ones but have not seen the green one in the wild. ... t=treefrog
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Post by MacroLuv »

It definitely looks like Hyla arborea. Even same character and pose. :lol:
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Nice little frog there Tony. I have something similiar that hangs out in my Tulip Poplars beside the house. :D Welcome to the forums by the way :wink:

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