One of several Baja baby tree frogs hiding under leaf litter and avoiding death by crayfish on the side of the stream...
Also known as Walnut Creek. Took this picture on the Michael D Antonovich Trail. Spotted in stream along with tadpoles.
I saw a few of these next to a mostly dry creek bed, by the few remaining pools.
There were a group of these reposed on shaded leaves on Atascadero Creek.
In two of the photos a frog can be seen beginning to shed his skin.
A small green frog on a plumeria leaf.
A few of several juvenile treefrogs that we had encountered in the pools and streams of Malibu Creek State Park on an afternoon hike. I want to say they were Baja California treefrogs, but I am not certain if that is their species.
A small California or Pacific Treefrog that had been found among the cracked muddy clay of the dried Mojave River bed at mid-day.
A former classmate of mine held the frog for this photo.
My daughter caught this little guy on our raspberry trellis. He gave himself up with his croaking. We have no pond or water feature, so we were surprised to see him.
Tree Frog Species in Moorpark near the Tierra Rejada Vernal Pool Preserve. Found in stagnant water in plastic bin. Green, with brown bands across eyes. About 1 1/2 inches long.
Saw this frog on some rocks in the Angeles National Forest. It moved onto a tree when, which is when I took its photo.
These frogs live in the front of my house, in the giant birds-of-paradise plants. They despise water. When it rains, they jump on the porch and come into the house beneath the front door. Once inside, they can't find their way out again and I have to catch them.
Tadpole. Genus confirmed by Vance Vredenburg, species inferred based on range.