Green Treefrog

Hyla cinerea

Green Treefrog
Photo by Robert Rold Photography
Description:  The Green Treefrog ranges in size from 1-2.5 inches.  Coloration is bright green to yellow, with a white stripe running along the side. A ridge runs along the skin on each side of the back.  The tympanum (eardrum) is larger than the eye in males, and the same size or smaller in females.

Habitat:  Usually found around permanent waters such as lakes, ponds, streams, wetlands and rivers in trees and floating vegetation.

Behavior:  The voice of the Green Treefrog is bell-like with a nasal quality.

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