Osteopilus septentrionalis, the Cuban treefrog, photographed in Volusia county, Florida (23 March 2014). Janson Jones, http://dusttracks.com.
is a frog that was introduce from Cuba. its color is similar to an army camouflage. the common name of this species is the Cuban tree frog and the scientific name is Osteopilus septentrionalis.
I observed this in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. At first I thought it was a Cuban Tree Frog (invasive species). I'm not so sure now of the ID.
maybe? It was pretty large compared to all the eleuths I kept seeing.
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...