This Pacific tree frog (Pseudacris regilla) was about an inch long and bright green! They can also be brown, and change color quickly or over time. I love the toe pads.
Aboout the size of a US quarter, it was on the North side of the log cabin by bags of trash and recycleables that might have got wet in the morning when I watered.
I am not sure at all of the ID I am giving it but it did not have obvious green markings like Pacific Treefrogs.
Sorry for the out of focus shots, I rushed to get my camera as it was hopping away.
hanging out on the hammock (on the chain that is)
Saw about 50 of these this day. Location is private because of a related find.
Out on the cement. Weird.
Clinging to our glass door. The moths that come to the lights must be an easy food source.
The frog is in the watercress