While investigating possible reptile and amphibian lairs during the warm late afternoon, I lifted a large slab of concrete in the shade and next to a man-made water source, and discovered two Baja California Treefrogs taking refuge in the moist earth underneath. One of the specimens was an adult, approximately 3 cm in snout to vent length. The other was a brown froglet about half the size of the larger individual.
Just saw him chillin on this leaf down stream.
Lots of these guys in the stream.
First one I found.
Photo by Daniel Hetzel
I counted well over 30 individuals at the particular locale this specimen was found.
11:43 AM. 1,182 ft. elevation.
San Diego County, California, US
Little green tree frog?
Little brown frog
Male calling on a small pond
Baja California Treefrog, Pseudacris regilla hypochondriaca