Species found via visual searching of the area and was sighted four unique times throughout the day. Species identified by Cassidy Johnson of the Houston Zoo. Outside it was a cool and cloudy day. It had rained the night before so the forest floor was moist. Cricket frogs generally found near body of water or amongst moist leaves and attempted to flee and hide when approached. One other photo taken at GPS coordinates Lat: 30.470108 Long: -94.346389. Photos not taken and GPS coordinates not recorded for other two specimens.
Small, maybe 0.5-0.75 in long.
Very shaky on the ID
The northern cricket frog (Acris crepitans) is a species of small hylid frog native to the United States and northeastern Mexico. Despite being members of the tree frog family, they are not arboreal. It has three recognized subspecies.