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Canyon Tree Frog
Canyon Tree Frog145 locationsReptile/Amphibian
.: RedRoxx44 :.
Sep 22 2012
Lower Little Turkey/Upper Salome/Ta
Featured Detail Photo mini map Featured Full Photo.: joebartels :.
Jul 18 2009
James Canyon
ID474  URL
TypeReptile/Amphibian
FamilyHylidae - Tree Frogs
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Hyla arenicolor

Common Names: Canyon Tree Frog
Habitat: Insectivorous. They are typically found in semi-arid, rocky habitats near a permanent water source. The canyon treefrog can operate at cooler temperatures than many frogs; it avoids cold surface temperatures by retreating underground. It can be found at elevations up to 9,800' Source: Desertmuseum.org
Description: 2" - 2 1/4" long, typically brown, grey-brown, or grey-green in color, often with darker colored blotching. They can vary quite a bit, but usually match the soil or rock coloration of their native habitat to serve as camouflage. Those from limestone habitats being lighter colored, those from regions composed mostly of granite can even be pink in coloration. Most have bright yellow in their groin region, and faded banding on their legs.
Comments: Source:Wikipedia
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