Classification
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  • Scientific Names
    • Pseudacris cadaverina
    • Hyla cadaverina
  • English
    • California Treefrog
  • Spanish
    • rana californiana de coro
    • Rana-de coro californiana

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California Treefrog Pseudacris cadaverina

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terrydad2

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February 25, 2012 04:38 PM PST

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npskaty

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May 16, 2016 10:33 AM PDT

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cdegroof

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May 12, 2016 08:35 PM PDT

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coexisting in the exact same place as P. hypochondriaca found here: maybe 20 meters apart, 4 minutes later http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/3162464)

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km_pease

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May 11, 2016 01:08 PM PDT

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alexann

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May 10, 2016 07:17 PM PDT

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By trash cans

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natureinla

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April 30, 2015

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"The frog was with us for 3 years, alas he has not been seen (or heard) since last summer. Perhaps his luck finally ran out. He would start up about this time of year, and be active until it started getting cold in October or so. He hung out on the side of our pool at night and occasionally would swim in it... We got to enjoy his nightly sounds, even bought a little wooden frog noise maker that sounded similar, and which he would sometimes respond to.

"Then late in the year, for a few days, we would hear him in various neighbor’s yards until he finally stopped for the winter. We assumed he was looking for a better place to hibernate than our yard.

"I think he liked our yard because of our salt water pool. Obviously he isn’t a salt water animal, but I’m guessing it is much less irritating than a chlorine pool. That also might account for his disappearance, since sometime last summer our salt water system failed and our pool man started treating it with chlorine... The timing with his disappearance is roughly the same."

- Adam Hall

Observation and photo by Adam Hall.

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California Treefrog Pseudacris cadaverina

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caminogirl

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May 4, 2016 02:39 PM PDT

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Frog! Hanging out on a rock down by the water. I scared him and he scared me lol.

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California Treefrog Pseudacris cadaverina

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aarenas

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May 4, 2016 01:32 PM PDT

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peggywu

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May 1, 2016

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This treefrog was in the stream about a mile from the parking lot just after 9 am.

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peggywu

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May 1, 2016

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This treefrog was in the stream about a mile from the parking lot just after 9 am.

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cdegroof

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May 1, 2016 12:21 PM PDT

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sarinah

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March 26, 2016 10:32 AM PDT
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Description from Wikipedia

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.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.
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