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Eastern Gray Treefrog0 locationsReptile/Amphibian
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Jun 25 2014
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreatio
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Jun 29 2014
Bio-Blitz at Camp Kunatah
TypeReptile/Amphibian
FamilyHylidae - Tree Frogs
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Hyla versicolor

Moderate-sized species. Light gray to dark to greenish gray with a dark central blotch that has projecting branches that may be wavy or straight. These branches may often be broken. The top of the head and eyelids have dark spots. The dorsal surface of the legs has dark crossbars. The sides of the head are darker than the top with a white, black bordered spot just below the eyes. The ventral chest and belly area are cream-colored, and the groin, underside, and back of the thighs having an orange or yellow color with black reticulated lines.

They live in deciduous woodlands near ponds, pools or ditches. Their status is labeled as abundant and are noctural.

source: PaHerps.com
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