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Cope's Gray Treefrog

copes gray treefrog photo How to Identify: 1 1/4 - 2 in. (3.2-5.1 cm); green to gray to brown; light spot beneath eye; bright yellow or orange on concealed surfaces of hind legs; large toe pads.
Note: There aren't many differences between this and the eastern gray treefrog. Cope's tends to be smaller, has smoother skin, and when calling, is totally green without dark markings on its back. Their calls, however, are distinct.

Habitat: Trees or shrubs growing in or near water.

Breeding: May through mid-July.

Voice: A short, loud trill lasting up to 30 seconds; faster and harsher than Eastern Treefrog. A nasally "wa-a-a-a-a." To listen to a Cope's gray treefrog, click HERE.

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Pickerel Frog
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Eastern Gray Treefrog
Wood Frog
Mink Frog
Blanchard's Cricket Frog
Cope's Gray Treefrog
Green Frog



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