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  1. Nice! These frogs are so cute. We have them in CT, but unfortunately they overlap with Hyla chrysoscelis here, so I can never get them to species ID without hearing their calls. Posted 6 months ago
    1. Hyla chrysoscelis is found about 80 or 90 miles south of me. The DNR says its call is a "fast, metallic buzz like trill". So far I haven't heard anything like that. Posted 6 months ago
      1. I should try to record their calls so I can finally figure out what species I have. They live under my deck and I hear them often, but I've never bothered to try to figure out which species it is. Posted 6 months ago
        1. Sounds like a good idea. The tree frogs here hang out in the roof gutters sometimes but I've never recorded their calls either. Posted 6 months ago

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The gray treefrog is a species of small arboreal frog native to much of the eastern United States and southeastern Canada.

It is sometimes referred to as the eastern gray treefrog, common gray treefrog, or tetraploid gray treefrog to distinguish it from its more southern, genetically disparate relative, the Cope's gray treefrog .

Similar species: Frogs
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Uploaded Aug 3, 2019. Captured Aug 2, 2019 22:38 in 4408 Miller Rd, Barnum, MN 55707, USA.
  • Canon EOS Rebel T6
  • f/4.0
  • 1/64s
  • ISO800
  • 100mm