About 1" long, if that. This little guy had some amazing leaps. Cooler night, about 75 degrees. No dark eye stripe, so I was guessing a cadaverina, but I don't know for sure, so I've attached 7 photos for the experts to tell me!
Heard call, no visual.
West Fork City Creek. 2,471 ft. elevation.
Tadpole observed in tinaja pool at 17:01. Photo damaged.
Tadpoles in tinaja system at 14:34. P.hypochondriaca tadpoles present. No photos.
Observed juvenile resting on Mimulus cardinalis adjacent to Baja California Treefrog, 17:00. chaparral
The California tree frog or California chorus frog (Pseudacris cadaverina) is a "true" tree frog (family Hylidae) from southern California (USA) and Baja California (Mexico). Until recently, the California tree frog was classified in the genus Hyla.