Found in the walk-in cooler of a florist shop. The frog was on a Fuji Mum. Greens in the cooler had been shipped from Oregon (USA), South America, and Central America.
Frog has been retained. Even though this specimen was not found outside in any local natural environment, I felt its presence deserved acknowledgement since the possibility of past/future escapees exists.
Having trouble identifying this one. Maybe a Cuban?
Cuban treefrog resting on a bromelia (Aechmea blanchetiana).
Osteopilus is a genus of frogs in the Hylidae family. These species have a bony co-ossification on the skull resulting in a casque. Color varies between uniform brown, brown-gray, or olive with darker markings or marbled with greens, grays or brown, making a distinct pattern. The finger disks are round; the fingers with a reduced webbing; eyes and tympanum are large. Their natural range includes the Greater Antilles and the Bahamas, but O. septentrionalis has also...