Came to a moth light and hung out with the moths.
Conditions were clear (20C, 84% humidity). Spring peeper was identified by its call when heard from the trail, but not actually seen. It was likely 20-30 ft from the trail in woody forest by rough estimation when heard.
A Spring Peeper.
Peepers can be identified by the cross-shaped pattern on the back.
Very tiny one caught jumping near the back door.
This was an extremely small Spring Peeper it seemed for this time of year. Non the less, he was out and about.
The spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) is a small chorus frog widespread throughout the eastern USA and Canada.