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Found at creek access No. 1
There are about 10 regular mating frogs in concrete ponds in my back yard. Collected about 100 tadpoles from Mt. Diablo a few years ago, and now the population is slowly growing.
The Hylidae are a wide-ranging family of frogs commonly referred to as "tree frogs and their allies". However, the hylids include a diversity of frog species, many of which do not live in trees, but are terrestrial or semiaquatic.