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A little grainy, but that's either Hyla cinerea, the American green treefrog, or Hyla squirella, the Squirrel treefrog. I lean heavily toward American green treefrog because of size (if I'm interpreting the image accurately) and the striping. Seems cinerea to me, but hard to be totally decisive from the image.

Posted by jansonjones about 1 year ago (Flag)
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Posted by jansonjones about 1 year ago (Flag)
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