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1-26 of 26 Reptiles and Amphibians page: 1
Northern Cricket Frog
Acris crepitans

Dark green-brown. Sometimes yellowish/pink/red or black. Rounded snout with short legs and long hind… read more

Southern Cricket Frog
Acris gryllus

Reddish/brown with black or green stripe down back. Rough skin and pointed snout with long legs. Hin… read more

Pine Barrens Treefrog
Hyla andersonii

Green with dark, wide stripes. Non-visible part of thighs orange and large toe pads.… read more

Canyon Treefrog
Hyla arenicolor

Brown, grey-brown, or grey-green in color, often with darker colored blotching. Faded banding on leg… read more

Bird-voiced Treefrog
Hyla avivoca

Green on top, greyish on legs and underside. Large toe pads.… read more

Cope's Gray Treefrog
Hyla chrysoscelis

Mottled gray/green resembling bark. Thighs yellow/orange.… read more

Green Treefrog
Hyla cinerea

Bright light-dark green. Stripe along upper jaw.… read more

Mountain Treefrog
Hyla eximia

Glreen. Brown line from eyes to legs. Sometimes spots. Olive throat on males.… read more

Pine Woods Treefrog
Hyla femoralis

Reddish brown-gray. Dark blotches. Whitish spots on thigh, visible when leg extended.… read more

Barking Treefrog
Hyla gratiosa

Variable colors - gray, green to brown. Dark round markings on dorsum. Males have a large vocal sac.… read more

Squirrel Treefrog
Hyla squirella

Green-dark green with white line along upper jaw. Yellowish flecks on back. Toe pads large.… read more

Gray Treefrog
Hyla versicolor

Thigh of hindleg bright orange/yellow. Rough green-brownish skin. Dark blotches on back.… read more

Cuban Treefrog
Osteopilus septentrionalis

Bronze to gray/green. Warty skin. Toe pads large. Head skin fused to skull.… read more

Mountain Chorus Frog
Pseudacris brachyphona

Brown/gray-green. Crescent shaped stripes. Yellowish underside. Round, small toe-tips.… read more

Brimley's Chorus Frog
Pseudacris brimleyi

Tan with black stripe. 3 stripes on chest. Toe tips round.… read more

California Treefrog
Pseudacris cadaverina (Hyla cadaverina)

Granite colores-mottled brown/gray.… read more

Spotted Chorus Frog
Pseudacris clarkii

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Spring Peeper
Pseudacris crucifer

Orange/red with brownish/tan spots & blotches that form an X on back.… read more

Northern Spring Peeper
Pseudacris crucifer crucifer

3/4-1 3/8" (1.9-3.5 cm). Tan to brown to gray above, with darker X mark on back. Belly pale and unma… read more

Southern Chorus Frog
Pseudacris nigrita

Warty skin. Grayish-tan/brown. 3 rows of black spots. Black stripe through eye.… read more

Little Grass Frog
Pseudacris ocularis

Pale brown-green. Dark line along side. Toe tips round.… read more

Ornate Chorus Frog
Pseudacris ornata

Green, red or brown. Stripe through eye. Blotched lower back.… read more

Pacific Treefrog
Pseudacris regilla (Hyla regilla)

Rough skinned. Green-tan in color with a black strop though eye & cheek. Gray throat on males.… read more

Western Chorus Frog
Pseudacris triseriata

Smooth skinned, greenish-grey, reddish, olive or brown. Dark stripes on back through eye & along sid… read more

Lowland Burrowing Treefrog
Pternohyla fodiens

Yellow-brown with blackish spots/stripes. Skin fused to skull with a fold at back of head. Small toe… read more

Mexican Treefrog
Smilisca baudinii

Greenish brown with light stripes/spots along legs. Toe pads large. Dark line from snout to back of… read more

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