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Hylidae - Tree Frogs

 

Classification

 Kingdom: Animalia
 Phylum: Chordata
 Subphylum: Vertebrata
 Class: Amphibia
 Order: Anura 
 Family: Hylidae

Gray Tree FrogTree frogs have slender bodies and legs, long toes, and sticky toe pads that help them climb in trees and cling to branches and leaves. Tree frogs have extra cartilage between the last two bones of each toe that makes their toes more flexible!

Tree frogs come in a variety of sizes and colors. Most species live in trees, but there are some species that spend most of their time on the ground and some species that spend most of their time in the water. Most species eat insects, but some larger species may eat small vertebrates.

Some tree frogs lay their eggs in water, other species lay their eggs on leaves of plant that hang over the water. When the tadpoles hatch they drop into the water below! In some South American species, the female carries the eggs on her back.

There are around 862 species of tree frogs found around the world.

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World Status Key
Least ConcernLeast Concern Near ThreatenedNear Threatened VulnerableVulnerable EndangeredEndangered Critically EndangeredCritically Endangered extinct in the wildExtinct in Wild extinctExtinct
Status taken from ICUN Redlist. If no status is listed, there is not enough data to establish status, or there is no status data for the species.

US Status Key
Threatened in US Threatened in US Threatened in New Hampshire Threatened in NH Endangered in US Endangered in US Endangered in NH Endangered in NH Introduced Introduced
Status taken from US Fish and Wildlife and NH Fish and Game

New Hampshire Species

 

 North American Species

Cope's Gray Tree Frog - Hyla chrysoscelis Least Concern
Gray Tree Frog - Hyla versicolor Least Concern
Spring Peeper - Pseudacris crucifer Least Concern
  Mountain Chorus Frog - Pseudacris brachyphona Least Concern
Brimley's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris brimleyi Least Concern
California Tree Frog - Pseudacris cadaverina Least Concern
Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii Least Concern
Upland Chorus Frog - Pseudacris feriarum Least Concern
Cajun Chorus Frog - Pseudacris fouquettei Least Concern
New Jersey Chorus Frog - Pseudacris kalmi Least Concern
Boreal Chorus Frog - Pseudacris maculata Least Concern
Southern Chorus Frog - Pseudacris nigrita Least Concern
Little Grass Frog - Pseudacris ocularis Least Concern
Ornate Chorus Frog - Pseudacris ornata Least Concern
Pacific Chorus Frog - Pseudacris regilla Least Concern
Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri Least Concern
Western Chorus Frog - Pseudacris triseriata Least Concern
Mexican Tree Frog - Smilisca baudinii Least Concern
Lowland Burrowing Tree Frog - Smilisca fodiens Least Concern

North American Species

 
Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella Least Concern
Northern Cricket Frog - Acris crepitans Least Concern
Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus Least Concern
Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii Near Threatened
Canyon Tree Frog - Hyla arenicolor Least Concern
Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca Least Concern
Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea Least Concern
Pinewoods Tree Frog - Hyla femoralis Least Concern
Barking Tree Frog - Hyla gratiosa Least Concern
Arizona Tree Frog - Hyla wrightorum Least Concern
 

Species Around the World

Africa Africa Asia Asia Australia Australia/Oceania Europe Europe North America North America South America South America New Hampshire Species NH More Info Click for More Info
Northern Cricket Frog - Acris crepitans Least Concern North America More Info
Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus Least Concern North America More Info
Blue-sided Tree Frog - Agalychnis annae Endangered North America More Info
Red-eyed Tree Frog - Agalychnis callidryas Least Concern North America South America
Pink-sided Tree Frog - Agalychnis litodryas Vulnerable North America South America
Morelet's Tree Frog - Agalychnis moreletii Critically Endangered North America More Info
Agalychnis saltator
Least Concern North America
Gliding Tree Frog - Agalychnis spurrelli Least Concern North America South America More Info
Coronated Tree Frog - Anotheca spinosa Least Concern North America More Info
Bokermann's Casque-headed Frog-Aparasphenodon bokermanni South America
Bruno's Casque-headed Frog- Aparasphenodon brunoi Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus albofrenatus Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus albosignatus Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus arildae Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus callipygius Least Concern South America
Cruz's Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus cavicola Near Threatened South America More Info
Aplastodiscus cochranae Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus ehrhardti Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus eugenioi Near Threatened South America
Aplastodiscus flumineus South America
Aplastodiscus ibirapitanga Least Concern South America
Guinle Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus leucopygius Least Concern South America More Info
Aplastodiscus musicus South America
Aplastodiscus perviridis Least Concern South America
Aplastodiscus sibilatus South America
Weygoldt's Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus weygoldti Near Threatened South America More Info
Rana De Casco Del Casiquiare- Aparasphenodon venezolanus Least Concern South America
Red Spotted Argentina Frog - Argenteohyla siemersi Endangered South America More Info
Bokermannohyla ahenea South America
Bokermannohyla alvarengai Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla astartea Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla caramaschii Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla carvalhoi Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla circumdata Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla claresignata South America
Bokermannohyla clepsydra South America
Bokermannohyla diamantina South America
Bokermannohyla feioi South America
Bokermannohyla gouveai South America
Bokermannohyla hylax Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla ibitiguara South America
Bokermannohyla ibitipoca South America
Bokermannohyla itapoty Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla izecksohni Endangered South America More Info
Bokermannohyla langei South America
Bokermannohyla lucianae South America
Bokermannohyla luctuosa Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla martinsi Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla nanuzae Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla oxente Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla pseudopseudis Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla ravida South America
Bokermannohyla saxicola Least Concern South America
Bokermannohyla sazimai South America
Bokermannohyla vulcaniae Vulnerable South America More Info
Rana Arborícula De Bromelia- Bromeliohyla bromeliacia Endangered North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Bromelia-mayor-Bromeliohyla dendroscarta Critically Endangered North America
Calamita melanorabdotus South America
Rana-de Arbol Vientre Amarilla - Charadrahyla altipotens Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Hada - Charadrahyla chaneque Endangered North America
Charadrahyla nephila Vulnerable North America More Info
Rana-de Árbol Jarocha - Charadrahyla taeniopus Vulnerable North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Espolón - Charadrahyla trux Critically Endangered North America
Corythomantis greeningi Least Concern South America
Splendid Tree Frog - Cruziohyla calcarifer Least Concern North America South America
Cruziohyla craspedopus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus acreanus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus allenorum Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus amicorum Critically Endangered South America
Dendropsophus anataliasiasi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus anceps Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus aperomeus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus araguaya South America
Dendropsophus baileyi Least Concern South America
Ranita De Battersby- Dendropsophus battersbyi South America
Dendropsophus berthalutzae Least Concern South America
Rana Payaso- Dendropsophus bifurcus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus bipunctatus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus bogerti Least Concern South America More Info
Dendropsophus bokermanni Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus branneri Least Concern South America
Rainette Camuse- Dendropsophus brevifrons Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus cachimbo South America
Rana De Charco- Dendropsophus carnifex Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus cerradensis South America
Dendropsophus coffeus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus columbianus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus cruzi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus decipiens Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus delarivai Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus dutrai South America
Painted Tree Frog - Dendropsophus ebraccatus Least Concern North America South America More Info
Dendropsophus elegans Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus elianeae Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus garagoensis Least Concern South America
Rainette De Gaucher- Dendropsophus gaucheri Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus giesleri Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus grandisonae South America
Pacific Lowland Tree Frog - Dendropsophus gryllatus Endangered South America More Info
Dendropsophus haddadi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus haraldschultzi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus jimi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus joannae South America
Dendropsophus juliani Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus koechlini Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus labialis Least Concern South America More Info
Dendropsophus leali Least Concern South America
Clown Tree Frog - Dendropsophus leucophyllatus Least Concern South America More Info
Ranita Ocelada- Dendropsophus luteoocellatus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus limai South America
Rana Marmorea- Dendropsophus marmoratus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus mathiassoni Least Concern South America
Rainette Marbrée Noire- Dendropsophus melanargyreus Least Concern South America
Merida Tree Frog - Dendropsophus meridensis Endangered South America More Info
Dendropsophus meridianus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus microps Least Concern South America
Yellow Cricket Tree Frog - Dendropsophus microcephalus Least Concern North America South America More Info
Dendropsophus minimus South America
Ranita Minuscula - Dendropsophus minusculus Least Concern North America South America
Lesser Tree Frog  - Dendropsophus minutus Least Concern North America South America More Info
Dendropsophus miyatai Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus nahdereri Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus nanus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus novaisi South America
Dendropsophus oliveirai Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus padreluna Least Concern South America
Sarayacu Tree Frog- Dendropsophus parviceps Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus pauiniensis Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus pelidna Least Concern South America
San Carlos Tree Frog - Dendropsophus phlebodes Least Concern North America More Info
Dendropsophus phlebodes Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus praestans Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus pseudomeridianus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus reichlei South America
Dendropsophus rhea South America
Dendropsophus rhodopeplus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus riveroi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus robertmertensi Least Concern North America
Dendropsophus rossalleni Least Concern South America
Lagoa Santa's Tree Frog - Dendropsophus rubicundulus Least Concern South America More Info
Dendropsophus ruschii South America
Sanborn's Tree Frog - Dendropsophus sanborni Least Concern South America
Shreve's Sarayacu Tree Frog - Dendropsophus sarayacuensis Least Concern South America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Taylor - Dendropsophus sartori Least Concern North America
Dendropsophus schubarti Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus seniculus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus soaresi Least Concern South America More Info
Dendropsophus stingi Vulnerable South America
Dendropsophus studerae South America
Dendropsophus subocularis Least Concern North America
Dendropsophus subocularis Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus timbeba Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus tintinnabulum South America
Dendropsophus triangulum Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus tritaeniatus Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus virolinensis Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus walfordi Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus werneri Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus xapuriensis Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus yaracuyanus South America
Desert Tree Frog  - Litoria rubella Least Concern  Asia Australia
Diaglena spatulata Least Concern North America
Duellmanohyla chamulae Endangered North America
Duellmanohyla ignicolor Endangered North America
Duellmanohyla lythrodes Endangered North America
Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla rufioculis Least Concern North America More Info
Duellmanohyla salvavida Critically Endangered North America
Schmidt's Mountain Brook Frog-Duellmanohyla schmidtorum Vulnerable North America More Info
Duellmanohyla soralia Critically Endangered North America More Info
Costa Rica Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla uranochroa Critically Endangered North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Pliegue-oaxaqueña - Ecnomiohyla echinata Critically Endangered North America
Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla fimbrimembra Endangered North America More Info
Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla miliaria Vulnerable North America More Info
Ecnomiohyla minera Endangered North America
Calates - Ecnomiohyla miotympanum Near Threatened North America
Ecnomiohyla phantasmagoria Endangered South America
Rabb’s Fringe-limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla rabborum Critically Endangered North America More Info
Copan Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla salvaje Critically Endangered North America More Info
Ecnomiohyla thysanota North America
Ecnomiohyla tuberculosa Least Concern South America
Rana-de Arbol De San Martin - Ecnomiohyla valancifer Critically Endangered North America
Exerodonta abdivita North America
Exerodonta bivocata North America
Zacate Blanco Tree Frog - Exerodonta catracha Endangered North America More Info
Exerodonta chimalapa Endangered North America
Juanita's Earless Tree Frog - Exerodonta juanitae Vulnerable North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol Ojo Negro - Exerodonta melanomma Vulnerable North America
Exerodonta perkinsi Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol De Pinar - Exerodonta pinorum Vulnerable North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol Esmeralda - Exerodonta smaragdina Least Concern North America
Exerodonta sumichrasti Least Concern North America
Exerodonta xera Vulnerable North America
Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii Near Threatened North America More Info
Hyla annectans Least Concern Asia
Hyla antoniiochoai South America
European Tree Frog - Hyla arborea Least Concern Asia Europe More Info
Hyla arboricola North America
Canyon Tree Frog - Hyla arenicolor Least Concern North America More Info
Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca Least Concern North America More Info
Hyla bocourti Critically Endangered North America
Common Chinese Tree Frog - Hyla chinensis Least Concern Asia More Info
Green Tree Frog -Hyla cinerea Least Concern North America More Info
Cope's Gray Tree Frog - Hyla chrysoscelis Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Hyla euphorbiacea Near Threatened North America
Mountain Tree Frog - Hyla eximia Least Concern North America More Info
Hyla femoralis Least Concern North America
Barking Tree Frog - Hyla gratiosa Least Concern North America More Info
Hyla hallowellii Least Concern Asia
Hyla heinzsteinitzi Critically Endangered  Asia
Hyla helenae South America
Hyla imitator South America
Hyla immaculata Least Concern Asia
Hyla inframaculata South America
Italian Tree Frog-Hyla intermedia Least Concern Europe
Japanese Tree Frog- Hyla japonica Least Concern Asia More Info
Mediterranean Tree Frog- Hyla meridionalis Least Concern Africa Europe More Info
Rana-de Arbol Plegada O Surcada - Hyla plicata Least Concern North America
Hyla sanchiangensis Least Concern Asia
Tyrrhenian Tree Frog-Hyla sarda Least Concern Europe More Info
Lemon-Yellow Tree Frog - Hyla savignyi Least Concern Africa Asia More Info
Hyla simplex Least Concern Asia
Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella Least Concern North America More Info
Hyla suweonensis   Asia
Hyla tsinlingensis Least Concern Asia
Gray Tree Frog -Hyla versicolor Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species More Info
Hyla walkeri Vulnerable North America More Info
Hyla warreni South America
Hyla wrightorum Least Concern North America
Hyla zhaopingensis   Asia
Hylomantis aspera Least Concern South America
Hylomantis buckleyi Least Concern South America
Hylomantis danieli South America
Hylomantis granulosa Least Concern South America
Hylomantis hulli Least Concern South America
Lemur Leaf Frog - Hylomantis lemur Critically Endangered North America South America More Info
Rana Lemur De Henri Pittier- Hylomantis medinae South America More Info
Hylomantis psilopygion South America
Hyloscirtus albopunctulatus Least Concern South America
Tandapi Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus alytolylax Near Threatened South America More Info
Hyloscirtus armatus Least Concern South America
Hyloscirtus bogotensis Near Threatened South America
Hyloscirtus callipeza Near Threatened South America
Hyloscirtus caucanus South America
Charazani Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus charazani Endangered South America More Info
Hyloscirtus chlorosteus Critically Endangered South America
La Loma Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus colymba Critically Endangered North America More Info
Hyloscirtus denticulentus Endangered South America
Hyloscirtus estevesi South America
Rana Andina De Jahn- Hyloscirtus jahni Near Threatened South America
Cordillera Central Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus larinopygion Near Threatened South America More Info
Rana Andina Del Tama- Hyloscirtus lascinius Least Concern South America
Linda's Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus lindae Vulnerable South America More Info
Lynch's Colombian Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus lynchi Endangered South America More Info
Hyloscirtus pacha South America
Hyloscirtus palmeri Least Concern North America South America
Hyloscirtus pantostictus Endangered South America
Rana De Quebrada- Hyloscirtus phyllognathus Least Concern South America
Hyloscirtus piceigularis Endangered South America
Merida Andes Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus platydactylus Vulnerable South America More Info
Hyloscirtus psarolaimus Endangered South America
Hyloscirtus ptychodactylus Critically Endangered South America
Hyloscirtus sarampiona South America
Simmons' Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus simmonsi Endangered South America More Info
Hyloscirtus staufferorum Endangered South America
Hyloscirtus tapichalaca South America
Tiger's Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus tigrinus South America
Hyloscirtus torrenticola Vulnerable South America More Info
Hypsiboas alboniger Near Threatened South America
Rana De Flancos Blancos- Hypsiboas albomarginatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas albopunctatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas albovittatus South America
Ranita De Aleman- Hypsiboas alemani South America
Hypsiboas andinus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas atlanticus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas balzani Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas beckeri South America
Hypsiboas bischoffi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas boans Least Concern North America South America More Info
Hypsiboas buriti South America
Hypsiboas caingua Least Concern South America
Rana Arborea De Espolones- Hypsiboas calcaratus Least Concern South America More Info
Hypsiboas callipleura Least Concern South America
Rana Granosa- Hypsiboas cinerascens Least Concern South America More Info
Hypsiboas cipoensis Near Threatened South America
Hypsiboas cordobae South America
Rana Platanera - Hypsiboas crepitans Least Concern North America South America More Info
Hypsiboas curupi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas cymbalum Critically Endangered South America
Hypsiboas dentei Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas ericae South America
Hypsiboas exastis South America
Hypsiboas faber Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas fasciatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas freicanecae South America
Hypsiboas fuentei South America
Rana Geografica - Hypsiboas geographicus Least Concern North America South America
Hypsiboas goianus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas guentheri Least Concern South America
Los Bracitos Tree Frog -Hypsiboas heilprini Least Concern North America More Info
Ranita De Hobbs- Hypsiboas hobbsi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas hutchinsi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas hypselops South America
Hypsiboas jimenezi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas joaquini Least Concern South America
Rana Lanceolada Comun- Hypsiboas lanciformis Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas latistriatus South America
Rana De Lema- Hypsiboas lemai Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas leptolineatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas leucocheilus South America
Hypsiboas liliae Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas lundii Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas marginatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas marianitae Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas melanopleura South America
Hypsiboas microderma Least Concern South America
Rana Lanceolada Meridional- Hypsiboas multifasciatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas nympha Least Concern South America
Rainette Très Ornée- Hypsiboas ornatissimus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas palaestes South America
Hypsiboas palliatus South America
Hypsiboas pardalis Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas pellucens Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas phaeopleura South America
Hypsiboas picturatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas polytaenius Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas pombali Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas prasinus Least Concern South America
Rana Platanera - Hypsiboas pugnax Least Concern North America South America
Hypsiboas pulchellus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas pulidoi South America
Rana Punteada - Hypsiboas punctatus Least Concern North America South America
Rana Arborea Meridional- Hypsiboas raniceps Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas rhythmicus South America
Hypsiboas riojanus South America
Hypsiboas roeschmanni South America
Hypsiboas roraima South America
Hypsiboas rosenbergi Least Concern North America South America
Hypsiboas rubracylus Least Concern South America
Canal Zone Tree Frog - Hypsiboas rufitelus Least Concern North America More Info
Hypsiboas secedens South America
Hypsiboas semiguttatus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas semilineatus Least Concern South America
Ranita Guayanesa Comun- Hypsiboas sibleszi Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas stellae Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas stenocephalus South America
Hypsiboas tepuianus Least Concern South America
Hypsiboas varelae South America
Hypsiboas wavrini Least Concern South America
Narrow-Lined Tree Frog - Isthmohyla angustilineata Critically Endangered North America More Info
Isthmohyla calypsa Critically Endangered North America More Info
Isla Bonita Tree Frog - Isthmohyla debilis Critically Endangered North America More Info
Isthmohyla graceae Critically Endangered North America
Isthmohyla infucata North America
Isthmohyla insolita Critically Endangered North America
Isthmohyla lancasteri Least Concern North America
Isthmohyla melacaena Near Threatened North America
Volcan Barba Tree Frog - Isthmohyla picadoi Near Threatened North America More Info
Isthmohyla pictipes Endangered North America
Isthmohyla pseudopuma Least Concern North America
Cinchona Plantation Tree Frog - Isthmohyla rivularis Critically Endangered North America More Info
Starrett’s Tree Frog - Isthmohyla tica Critically Endangered North America More Info
South Fork Tree Frog - Isthmohyla xanthosticta North America More Info
Zetek’s Tree Frog - Isthmohyla zeteki Near Threatened North America More Info
Itapotihyla langsdorffii Least Concern South America
Litoria albolabris Australia
Litoria amboinensis Least Concern Asia Australia
Cape Melville Tree Frog  - Litoria andiirrmalin Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria angiana Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria arfakiana Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria aruensis   Asia
Litoria auae Least Concern Australia
Green and Golden Bell Frog - Litoria aurea Vulnerable Australia More Info
Giant Frog -Litoria australis Least Concern Australia
Litoria avocalis Vulnerable Australia
Beck's Tree Frog - Litoria becki Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria biakensis   Asia
Litoria bibonius Least Concern Australia
Northern Dwarf Tree Frog - Litoria bicolor Least Concern Asia
Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Green-thighed Frog - Litoria brevipalmata  Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria brongersmai   Asia
Litoria bulmeri Australia
Green Tree Frog -Litoria caerulea Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria capitula   Asia
Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog - Litoria castanea Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Cave-dwelling Frog  - Litoria cavernicola Australia
Litoria cheesmani Least Concern Australia
Litoria chloronota   Asia
Litoria chrisdahli Australia
Litoria christianbergmanni Least Concern  Asia
Litoria congenita Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria contrastens Australia
Cooloola Tree Frog - Litoria cooloolensis Endangered Australia More Info
Hidden-ear Frog -Litoria cryptotis   Least Concern Australia
Knife-footed Frog- Litoria cultripes  Least Concern Australia
Dahl’s Aquatic Frog - Litoria dahlii Least Concern Australia
Litoria darlingtoni Least Concern Australia
Davies’ Tree Frog - Litoria daviesae Vulnerable Australia More Info
Australian Lace-lid - Litoria dayi  Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria daymani Australia
Keferstein’s Tree Frog- Litoria dentata  Least Concern Australia
Litoria disrupta Least Concern Australia
Litoria dorsalis Least Concern Australia
Litoria dorsivena Australia
Litoria dux Australia
Litoria elkeae   Asia
Buzzing Tree Frog  - Litoria electrica Least Concern Australia
  Fringed Tree Frog -Litoria eucnemis  Least Concern  Asia Australia
Everett's Tree Frog  - Litoria everetti  Asia
Eastern Dwarf Tree Frog  - Litoria fallax Least Concern Australia
Litoria exophthalmia Least Concern Australia
Litoria flavescens Least Concern Australia
Litoria fluviatilis  Asia
Litoria foricula Least Concern Australia
Wallum Rocketfrog - Litoria freycineti Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria fuscula Asia
New Guinea Tree Frog - Litoria genimaculata  Least Concern Asia
Centralian Tree Frog  - Litoria gilleni Least Concern Australia
Litoria graminea Australia
Litoria granti   Asia
Litoria gularis Australia
Litoria havina Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria havina Least Concern Australia
Litoria hilli Australia
Litoria humboldtorum Least Concern Asia
Litoria humeralis Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria hunti Australia
Litoria impura Least Concern Australia
Bumpy Rocket Frog  - Litoria inermis Least Concern Australia
White-lipped Tree Frog  - Litoria infrafrenata Least Concern  Asia
Litoria iris Least Concern Asia
Jervis Bay Tree Frog- Litoria jervisiensis  Least Concern Australia
Litoria jeudii Australia
Litoria jungguy Near Threatened Australia
Litoria kubori Least Concern Australia
Litoria kuduki Australia
Litoria kumae Australia
Broad-palmed Rocket Frog -Litoria latopalmata Least Concern Australia
Litoria leucova Australia
Litoria longicrus   Asia Australia
Armoured Mistfrog - Litoria lorica Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria louisiadensis Least Concern Australia
Faro Island Tree Frog - Litoria lutea Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria macki   Asia
Daly Waters Frog - Litoria maculosa Least Concern Australia
Main’s Frog - Litoria maini Least Concern Australia More Info
Litoria majikthise Australia
Litoria mareku   Asia
Litoria megalops   Asia
Litoria michaeltyleri Australia
Javelin Frog- Litoria microbelos  Least Concern Australia
Litoria micromembrana Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria modica Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria modica Least Concern Australia
Litoria montana   Asia
Litoria mucro Australia
Litoria multiplica Least Concern Australia
Multi-colored Tree Frog - Litoria multicolor  Asia
Kuranda Tree Frog - Litoria myola Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria mystax   Asia
Torrent Tree Frog - Litoria nannotis Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria napaea Least Concern Asia
Litoria narinosa Least Concern Australia
Rocket Frog  - Litoria nasuta  Least Concern Asia
Bridle Frog - Litoria nigrofrenata  Least Concern Australia
Litoria nigropunctata Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria nudidigita Least Concern Australia
Mountain Mist Frog - Litoria nyakalensis Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria obsoleta Australia
Litoria obtusirostris   Asia
Litoria oenicolen Australia
Litoria oktediensis   Asia Australia
Litoria ollauro Australia
Wallum Sedgefrog - Litoria olongburensis Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria papua Australia
Litoria perimetri Least Concern Australia
Emerald Spotted Tree Frog - Litoria peronii Least Concern Australia
Litoria persimilis Australia
Leaf Green River Tree Frog- Litoria phyllochroa  Least Concern Australia
Peppered Tree Frog - Litoria piperata Critically Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria pratti   Asia
Litoria pronimia Least Concern Australia
Litoria prora Least Concern Australia
Litoria pulchra Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria purpureolata   Asia
Litoria pygmaea Least Concern Asia Australia
Litoria quadrilineata Vulnerable  Asia
Growling Grass Frog - Litoria raniformis Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria rara   Asia
Common Mist Frog - Litoria rheocola Endangered Australia More Info
Litoria richardsi   Asia Australia
Litoria rivicola Least Concern Asia
Litoria rueppelli Vulnerable  Asia
Litoria sanguinolenta  Asia
Litoria scabra  Asia
Spotted Tree Frog - Litoria spenceri Critically Endangered Australia More Info
New England Tree Frog - Litoria subglandulosa Vulnerable Australia More Info
Litoria thesaurensis Least Concern Asia
Laughing Tree Frog- Litoria tyleri  Least Concern Australia
Umar Tree Frog  - Litoria umarensis   Asia
Litoria umbonata   Asia
Litoria vagabunda   Asia
Vera´s Tree Frog  - Litoria verae   Asia
Litoria wapogaensis   Asia
Litoria wisselensis Vulnerable  Asia
Litoria wollastoni Least Concern Asia
Megastomatohyla mixe Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Jaspeada-Megastomatohyla mixomaculata Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol De Bosque Mesófilo-Megastomatohyla nubicola Endangered North America
Oaxacan Yellow Tree Frog - Megastomatohyla pellita Critically Endangered North America More Info
Ranita Olorosa- Myersiohyla aromatica South America
Ranita De Inparques- Myersiohyla inparquesi South America
Myersiohyla kanaima - Myersiohyla kanaima Least Concern South America
Rana De Loveridge- Myersiohyla loveridgei South America
Osteocephalus alboguttatus Least Concern South America
Rana De Casco De Buckley- Osteocephalus buckleyi Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus cabrerai Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus deridens Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus elkejungingerae Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus exophthalmus South America
Osteocephalus fuscifacies South America
Osteocephalus heyeri Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus leoniae Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus mutabor Least Concern South America
Ostéocéphale De Leprieur- Osteocephalus leprieurii Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus oophagus Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus pearsoni Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus phasmatus South America
Osteocephalus planiceps Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus subtilis Least Concern South America
Rana De Casco Comun- Osteocephalus taurinus Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus verruciger Least Concern South America
Osteocephalus yasuni Least Concern South America
Jamaican Snoring Frog - Osteopilus crucialis Endangered North America
Hispaniolan Common Tree Frog -Osteopilus dominicensis Least Concern North America More Info
Yellow Bromeliad Frog - Osteopilus marianae Endangered North America
Jamaican Laughing Frog - Osteopilus ocellatus Least Concern North America
Hispaniolan Yellow Tree Frog -Osteopilus pulchrilineatus Endangered North America More Info
Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis Least Concern North America More Info
Hispaniolan Giant Tree Frog - Osteopilus vastus Endangered North America More Info
Green Bromeliad Frog -Osteopilus wilderi Endangered North America
Pachymedusa dacnicolor Least Concern
Phasmahyla cochranae Least Concern South America
Phasmahyla exilis Least Concern South America
Phasmahyla guttata Least Concern South America
Phasmahyla jandaia Least Concern South America
Phasmahyla spectabilis South America
Phasmahyla timbo South America
Phrynomedusa appendiculata Near Threatened South America
Phrynomedusa bokermanni South America
Phrynomedusa fimbriata extinct South America
Phrynomedusa marginata Least Concern South America
Phrynomedusa vanzolinii South America
Phyllodytes acuminatus Least Concern South America
Phyllodytes brevirostris South America
Phyllodytes edelmoi South America
Phyllodytes gyrinaethes South America
Phyllodytes kautskyi Least Concern South America
Phyllodytes luteolus Least Concern South America
Phyllodytes maculosus South America
Phyllodytes melanomystax Least Concern South America
Phyllodytes punctatus South America
Phyllodytes tuberculosus South America
Phyllodytes wuchereri South America
Phyllomedusa araguari South America
Phyllomedusa atelopoides Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa ayeaye Critically Endangered South America
Phyllomedusa azurea South America
Phyllomedusa bahiana South America
Phyllomedusa baltea Endangered South America
Rana Lemur Gigante- Phyllomedusa bicolor Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa boliviana Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa burmeisteri Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa camba Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa centralis South America
Phyllomedusa coelestis Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa distincta Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa duellmani South America
Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana Endangered South America
Rana Lemur De Flancos Rojos- Phyllomedusa hypochondrialis Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa iheringii Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa itacolomi South America
Phyllomedusa megacephala South America
Phyllomedusa neildi South America
Phyllomedusa nordestina South America
Phyllomedusa oreades South America
Phyllomedusa palliata Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa perinesos South America
Phyllomedusa rohdei Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa sauvagii Least Concern South America
Rana Tarsio- Phyllomedusa tarsius Least Concern South America
Rana Lemur Naranja- Phyllomedusa tomopterna Least Concern South America
Rana Tarsius Septentrional - Phyllomedusa trinitatis Least Concern North America South America
Phyllomedusa tetraploidea Least Concern South America
Phylloméduse De Vaillant- Phyllomedusa vaillantii Least Concern South America
Phyllomedusa venusta Least Concern North America South America More Info
Golden Tree Frog - Phytotriades auratus Critically Endangered North America More Info
Plectrohyla acanthodes Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla ameibothalame North America
Rana-de Arbol De Bromelia-menor - Plectrohyla arborescandens Endangered North America
Greater Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla avia Critically Endangered North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Pliegue-mexicana - Plectrohyla bistincta Least Concern North America
Plectrohyla calthula Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla calvicollina Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla celata Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol De Sierra Madre Del Sur - Plectrohyla cembra Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Poblana - Plectrohyla charadricola Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Dorada - Plectrohyla chryses Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla chrysopleura Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Acuática - Plectrohyla crassa Critically Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Ojos Azules - Plectrohyla cyanomma Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla cyclada Endangered North America
Plectrohyla dasypus Critically Endangered North America More Info
Plectrohyla ephemera Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla exquisita Critically Endangered North America More Info
Plectrohyla glandulosa Endangered North America
Guatemalan Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla guatemalensis Critically Endangered North America More Info
Hartweg’s Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla hartwegi Critically Endangered North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Hazel - Plectrohyla hazelae Critically Endangered North America
Ixil Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla ixil Critically Endangered North America More Info
Plectrohyla labedactyla North America
Rana-dedos Delgados Ojona - Plectrohyla lacertosa Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol De Schultze - Ptychohyla leonhardschultzei Endangered North America
Matuda's Spike-Thumbed Frog - Plectrohyla matudai Vulnerable North America More Info
Plectrohyla miahuatlanensis North America
Rana-de Arbol Hocico Aquillado - Plectrohyla mykter Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol Semiacuática - Plectrohyla pachyderma Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla pentheter Endangered North America
Plectrohyla pokomchi Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla psarosema Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla psiloderma Endangered North America More Info
Rana-dedos Delgados Labios Anchos - Plectrohyla pycnochila Critically Endangered North America
Las Palmas Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla quecchi Critically Endangered North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Robert - Plectrohyla robertsorum Endangered North America
Rana-de Arbol De Sierra De Juárez - Plectrohyla sabrina Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla sagorum Endangered North America More Info
Voiceless Tree Frog- Plectrohyla siopela Critically Endangered North America More Info
Plectrohyla tecunumani Critically Endangered North America
Alta Verapaz Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla teuchestes Critically Endangered North America More Info
Adler's Mottled Tree Frog - Plectrohyla thorectes Critically Endangered North America More Info
Mountain Chorus Frog - Pseudacris brachyphona Least Concern North America
Brimley's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris brimleyi Least Concern North America
California Tree Frog - Pseudacris cadaverina Least Concern North America
Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii Least Concern North America
Spring Peeper - Pseudacris crucifer Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Upland Chorus Frog - Pseudacris feriarum Least Concern North America
Cajun Chorus Frog - Pseudacris fouquettei Least Concern North America
Boreal Chorus Frog - Pseudacris maculata Least Concern North America
Southern Chorus Frog - Pseudacris nigrita Least Concern North America
New Jersey Chorus Frog - Pseudacris kalmi Least Concern North America
Little Grass Frog - Pseudacris ocularis Least Concern North America
Ornate Chorus Frog - Pseudacris ornata Least Concern North America
Pacific Chorus Frog - Pseudacris regilla Least Concern North America
Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri Least Concern North America
Western Chorus Frog - Pseudacris triseriata Least Concern North America
Pseudis bolbodactyla Least Concern South America
Pseudis boliviana South America
Pseudis caraya Least Concern South America
Pseudis cardosoi Least Concern South America
Pseudis fusca Least Concern South America
Pseudis laevis Least Concern South America
Pseudis limellum Least Concern South America
Rana Boyadora- Pseudis minuta Least Concern South America
Pseudis paradoxa Least Concern North America South America
Pseudis platensis South America
Pseudis tocantins Least Concern South America
Ptychohyla acrochorda North America
Ptychohyla dendrophasma Critically Endangered North America
Ptychohyla erythromma Endangered North America
Ptychohyla euthysanota Near Threatened North America
Copan Stream Frog - Ptychohyla hypomykter Critically Endangered North America More Info
Ptychohyla legleri Endangered North America
Pine-Forest Stream Frog - Ptychohyla macrotympanum Critically Endangered North America More Info
Ptychohyla panchoi Endangered North America
Guerreran Stream Frog - Ptychohyla salvadorensis Endangered North America More Info
Ptychohyla sanctaecrucis Critically Endangered North America
Ptychohyla spinipollex Endangered North America
Scarthyla goinorum Least Concern South America
Scinax acuminatus Least Concern South America
Scinax agilis Least Concern South America
Scinax albicans Least Concern South America
Scinax alcatraz Critically Endangered South America
Scinax altae Least Concern North America
Scinax alter Least Concern South America
Scinax angrensis Least Concern South America
Scinax arduous South America
Scinax argyreornatus Least Concern South America
Scinax ariadne South America
Scinax aromothyella South America
Scinax atratus South America
Scinax auratus Least Concern South America
Ranita De Baumgardner- Scinax baumgardneri South America
Scinax belloni Endangered South America
Scinax berthae Least Concern South America
Scinax blairi Least Concern South America
Ranita De Boeseman- Scinax boesemani Least Concern South America
Scinax boulengeri Least Concern North America South America
Scinax brieni Least Concern South America
Scinax cabralensis South America
Scinax caldarum Least Concern South America
Scinax camposseabrai South America
Scinax canastrensis South America
Scinax cardosoi Least Concern South America
Scinax carnevallii Least Concern South America
Scinax castroviejoi South America
Scinax catharinae Least Concern South America
Scinax centralis Least Concern South America
Scinax chiquitanus Least Concern South America
Scinax constrictus Least Concern South America
Scinax crospedospilus Least Concern South America
Scinax cruentommus Least Concern South America
Lanceback Tree Frog- Scinax curicica South America
Scinax cuspidatus Least Concern South America
Ranita De Dana- Scinax danae South America
Scinax duartei Least Concern South America
Scinax elaeochrous Least Concern North America
Scinax elaeochrous Least Concern South America
Scinax eurydice Least Concern South America
Ranita Exigua- Scinax exiguus Least Concern South America
Scinax flavidus Least Concern South America
Scinax flavoguttatus Least Concern South America
Scinax funereus Least Concern South America
Scinax fuscomarginatus Least Concern South America
Scinax fuscovarius Least Concern South America
Ranita Garbeana- Scinax garbei Least Concern South America
Scinax granulatus Least Concern South America
Scinax hayii Least Concern South America
Scinax heyeri South America
Scinax hiemalis Least Concern South America
Scinax humilis Least Concern South America
Scinax ictericus Least Concern South America
Rainette De Joly- Scinax jolyi South America
Scinax jureia South America
Scinax karenanneae Least Concern South America
Scinax kautskyi South America
Ranita De Kennedy- Scinax kennedyi Least Concern South America
Scinax lindsayi Least Concern South America
Scinax littoralis Least Concern South America
Scinax littoreus Least Concern South America
Scinax longilineus Least Concern South America
Scinax luizotavioi Least Concern South America
Scinax machadoi Least Concern South America
Scinax maracaya South America
Scinax melloi South America
Scinax nasicus Least Concern South America
Rainette Nébuleuse- Scinax nebulosus Least Concern South America
Scinax obtriangulatus Least Concern South America
Scinax oreites Near Threatened South America
Scinax pachycrus Least Concern South America
Scinax parkeri Least Concern South America
Scinax pedromedinae Least Concern South America
Scinax peixotoi Critically Endangered South America
Scinax perereca Least Concern South America
Scinax perpusillus Least Concern South America
Scinax pinima South America
Scinax proboscideus Least Concern South America
Scinax quinquefasciatus Least Concern South America
Scinax ranki South America
Scinax rizibilis Least Concern South America
Ranita Rostral - Scinax rostratus Least Concern North America South America
Ranita Listada - Scinax ruber Least Concern North America South America
Scinax similis Least Concern South America
Scinax squalirostris Least Concern South America
Scinax staufferi Least Concern North America
Scinax strigilatus South America
Scinax sugillatus Least Concern South America
Scinax tigrinus Least Concern South America
Scinax trapicheiroi Near Threatened South America
Ranita Trilineada- Scinax trilineatus Least Concern South America
Scinax uruguayus Least Concern South America
Ranita Vigilante- Scarthyla vigilans Least Concern South America
Scinax wandae Least Concern South America
Smilisca baudinii Least Concern North America
Smilisca cyanosticta Near Threatened North America More Info
Rana-de Arbol De Tierras Altas - Smilisca dentata Endangered North America
Smilisca fodiens Least Concern North America
Smilisca phaeota Least Concern North America South America
Cross-Banded Tree-Frog - Smilisca puma Least Concern North America More Info
Smilisca sila Least Concern North America South America
Smilisca sila Least Concern South America
Smilisca sordida Least Concern North America South America
Sphaenorhynchus bromelicola South America
Sphaenorhynchus caramaschii Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus carneus Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus dorisae Least Concern South America
Rana Fantasma - Sphaenorhynchus lacteus Least Concern North America South America
Sphaenorhynchus mirim South America
Sphaenorhynchus orophilus Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus palustris Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus pauloalvini South America
Sphaenorhynchus planicola Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus prasinus Least Concern South America
Sphaenorhynchus surdus Least Concern South America
Rana Tepuyana Del Duida- Tepuihyla aecii South America
Tepuihyla celsae South America
Ranita De Turbera De Labio Blanco- Tepuihyla edelcae Least Concern South America
Rana Tepuyana De Galan- Tepuihyla galani South America
Rana Tepuyana De Labios Amarillos- Tepuihyla luteolabris South America
Rana Tepuyana Del Ptari-tepui- Tepuihyla rimarum Vulnerable South America
Rana Tepuyana Guayanesa- Tepuihyla rodriguezi South America
Tepuihyla talbergae South America
Godman's Tree Frog - Tlalocohyla godmani Vulnerable North America More Info
Tlalocohyla loquax Least Concern North America
Ranita - Tlalocohyla picta Least Concern North America
Tlalocohyla smithii Least Concern North America
Bokermann's Casque-headed Tree Frog- Trachycephalus atlas Least Concern South America
Trachycephalus coriaceus Least Concern South America
Trachycephalus dibernardoi Least Concern South America
Rainette Marteau- Trachycephalus hadroceps Least Concern South America
Trachycephalus imitatrix Least Concern South America
Rana Arborícola Cabeza De Casco- Trachycephalus jordani Least Concern South America
Trachycephalus lepidus South America
Trachycephalus mesophaeus Least Concern South America
Casqueheaded Tree Frog-Trachycephalus nigromaculatus Least Concern South America
Rainette Kunawalu- Trachycephalus resinifictrix Least Concern South America
Rana Lechera Comun - Trachycephalus venulosus Least Concern North America South America
Triprion petasatus Least Concern North America
Xenohyla eugenioi - Xenohyla eugenioi South America
Xenohyla truncata - Xenohyla truncata Near Threatened South America

Additional Information

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Adler's Mottled Tree Frog - Plectrohyla thorectes Photos Critically Endangered North America
Adler's Mottled Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Alta Verapaz Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla teuchestes Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Alta Verapaz Spikethumb Frog is found in Guatemala.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Armoured Mistfrog - Litoria lorica Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Armoured Mistfrog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Armoured Mistfrog - Litoria lorica profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Armoured Mistfrog was first identified in 1976.
Source: Australian Government Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Armoured Mistfrog - Litoria lorica profile Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Armoured Mistfrog is found in the rainforest near fast flowing streams.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Australian Lace-Lid - Litoria dayi Photos Endangered Australia
The Australian Lace-Lid is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Australian Lace-Lid - Litoria dayi profile Photos Audio Endangered Australia
The Australian Lace-Lid is found in near rocky streams, waterfalls, or other fast-moving water.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Barking Tree Frog - Hyla gratiosa profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Barking Tree Frog is found from North Carolina to southern Florida and west to Louisiana and northern Mississippi. It is also found in parts of Delaware, Maryland, southwestern Kentucky, Tennessee, and in southeastern Virginia.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Barking Tree Frog - Hyla gratiosa profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Barking Tree Frog spends ost of its time up high in trees.
Source: Savannah River Ecology Lab Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Barking Tree Frog - Hyla gratiosa profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Barking Tree Frog is about 2 inches in length.
Source: USGS Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Beck's Tree Frog - Litoria becki Photos Vulnerable Australia
Beck's Tree Frog is found in Papua New Guinea.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Beck's Tree Frog - Litoria becki profile Vulnerable Australia
Beck's Tree Frog is found in mountain grasslands.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Bird-voiced Tree Frog is found from southwestern South Carolina, southwest across Georgia to the Florida Panhandle, west across the Gulf Coast and north through western Kentucky and Tennessee to southern Illinois.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Bird-voiced Tree Frog is found in swamps and brushy areas and are usually found in trees that grow in water.
Source: Animal Diversity Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: Yes

Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The bird-voiced tree frog is usually a mottled gray, but its color may change to brownish or green with temperature or activity. 
Source: Savannah River Ecology Lab Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Bird-voiced Tree Frog - Hyla avivoca profile Photos Least Concern North America
The bird-voiced tree frog is 1.75 inches in length.
Source: USGS Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Blue-Sided Tree Frog - Agalychnis annae Photos Endangered North America
The Blue-Sided Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Blue-Sided Tree Frog - Agalychnis annae profile Photos Audio Endangered North America
The Blue-Sided Tree Frog is light pink or lavendar and light blue.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Bokermannohyla vulcaniae Photos Vulnerable South America
Bokermannohyla vulcaniae is found in Brazil .
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Booroolong Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Booroolong Frog is found near streams edged with vegetation like ferns, grasses, or sedges..
Source: Austalian Governent Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis profile Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Booroolong Frog is around 1-2 inches in length.
Source: Frogs of Austalia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis profile Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Booroolong Frog is threatend by intoduced predatory fish species, land clearing, and plant invasion of streams.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Booroolong Frog - Litoria booroolongensis profile Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Booroolong Frog is gray, olive or brown with black markings.
Source: NSW Government Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Bokermannohyla izecksohni Photos Endangered South America
Bokermannohyla izecksohni is found in Brazil.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Bokermannohyla izecksohni profile Endangered South America
Bokermannohyla izecksohni is light brown with motttled markings.
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Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla rufioculis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Brook Frog is found in Costa Rica.
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Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla rufioculis Photos Least Concern North America
The Brook Frog is found in the mountains on the Caribbean and Pacific coasts of Costa Rica.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Canal Zone Tree Frog - Hypsiboas rufitelus Photos Least Concern North America
The Canal Zone Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Canal Zone Tree Frog - Hypsiboas rufitelus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Canal Zone Tree Frog is lime green with red webbing on its feet.
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Canyon Tree Frog - Hyla arenicolor profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Canyon Tree Frog is found from western and southeastern Colorado and southern Utah, south through Arizona and western New Mexico to northern Oaxaca in Mexico.
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Canyon Tree Frog - Hyla arenicolor profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Canyon Tree Frog is often  found in pools at the bottoms of canyons. 
Source: Reptiles of Arizona Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Canyon Tree Frog - Hyla arenicolor profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Canyon Tree Frog is arouind 2 inches in length.
Source: USGS Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cape Melville Tree Frog - Litoria andiirrmalin Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Cape Melville Tree Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Charadrahyla nephila Photos Vulnerable North America
Charadrahyla nephila is found in Mexico.
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Charadrahyla nephila profile Photos Audio Vulnerable North America
Charadrahyla nephila is found in the cloud forest near streams.
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Rana-de Árbol Jarocha - Charadrahyla taeniopus Photos Vulnerable North America
Rana-de Árbol Jarocha is found in Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Charazani Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus charazani Photos Endangered South America
The Charazani Tree Frog is found in Bolivia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cinchona Plantation Tree Frog - Isthmohyla rivularis Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Cinchona Plantation Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cinchona Plantation Tree Frog - Isthmohyla rivularis Photos Audio Critically Endangered North America
The Cinchona Plantation Tree Frog is found near rainforest streams.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Common Chinese Tree Frog - Hyla chinensis Photos Least Concern Asia
The Common Chinese Tree Frog is found in China and Taiwan.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Common Chinese Tree Frog - Hyla chinensis Photos Photos Least Concern Asia
The Common Chinese Tree Frog is found in forests and cultivated fields.
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Common Mist Frog - Litoria rheocola Photos Endangered Australia
The Common Mist Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Common Mist Frog - Litoria rheocola profile Photos Audio Endangered Australia
The Common Mist Frog is found near fast flowing rocky creeks and streams.
Source: AphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cope's Gray Tree Frog - Hyla chrysoscelis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Cope's Gray Tree Frog is found from Manitoba east to Maine and south to northern Florida and central Texas.
Source: AphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cope's Gray Tree Frog - Hyla chrysoscelis profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Cope's gray tree frog is 1¼-2 inches in length.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cope's Gray Tree Frog - Hyla chrysoscelis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
Cope's gray tree frog can range in color from a mottled gray to brown, to green, depending on its environment. 
Source: Savannah River Ecology Lab Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Coronated Tree Frog - Anotheca spinosa profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Coronated Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama.
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Cooloola Sedgefrog - Litoria cooloolensis Photos Endangered Australia
The Cooloola Sedgefrog is found in Austalia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cooloola Sedgefrog - Litoria cooloolensis profile Photos Endangered Australia
The Cooloola Sedgefrog is found near sandy coastal and island freshwater lakes and creeks.
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Copan Stream Frog - Ptychohyla hypomykter Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Copan Stream Frog is found in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Copan Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla salvaje Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Copan Tree Frog is found in Guatemala and Honduras.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cordillera Central Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus larinopygion Photos Near Threatened South America
The Cordillera Central Tree Frog is found in Colombia and Ecuador.
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Cordillera Central Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus larinopygion profile Photos Near Threatened South America
The Cordillera Central Tree Frog is found in forests near streams.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Costa Rica Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla uranochroa Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Costa Rica Brook Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Costa Rica Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla uranochroa profile Photos Audio Critically Endangered North America
The Costa Rica Brook Frog is lime green with a yellow belly and big reddish-brown eyes..
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Cross-Banded Tree-Frog - Smilisca puma Photos Least Concern North America
Cross-Banded Tree-Frog is found in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cross-Banded Tree-Frog - Smilisca puma profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
Cross-Banded Tree-Frog is found in moist lowland forests.
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Cruz's Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus cavicola Photos Near Threatened South America
Cruz's Tree Frog is found in Brazil.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cruz's Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus cavicola profile Photos Near Threatened South America
Cruz's Tree Frog is found near streams in forests.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog is found in the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and Cuba.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog has skin secretions that can irritate human skin.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog is a large tree frog. It can be up to 5.5 inches in length. feales are uch larger than males.
Source: Smithsonian Marine Station Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog was intoduced to Florida in the 1920s. It probably came in as a stowaway in a shipping crate. It has since spread to other southern states.
Source: University of Florida Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog can be patterned or unpatterned and gray, tan, brown, bronze, olive-green, or blue-green.
Source: USGS Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Cuban Tree Frog - Osteopilus septentrionalis profile Least Concern North America
The Cuban Tree Frog spends most of its time in trrees or on large plants.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Davies’ Tree Frog - Litoria daviesae Photos Vulnerable Australia
Davies’ Tree Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Davies’ Tree Frog - Litoria daviesae Photos Vulnerable Australia
Davies’ Tree Frog is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Davies’ Tree Frog - Litoria daviesae profile Photos Audio Vulnerable Australia
Davies’ Tree Frog breeds in October and November.
Source: Frogs of Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Dendropsophus bogerti profile Photos Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus bogerti is found in Colombia .
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Dendropsophus labialis profile Photos Audio Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus labialis is found in Colombia .
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Dendropsophus soaresi profile Photos Least Concern South America
Dendropsophus soaresi is found in Brazil.
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Duellmanohyla soralia profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
Duellmanohyla soralia is found in Guatemala and Honduras.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Duellmanohyla soralia profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
Duellmanohyla soralia is threatened by habitat loss from agriculture and logging and by water pollution.
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European Tree Frog - Hyla arborea Photos Video Least Concern Asia Europe
The European Tree Frog is found in most of Europe and parts of western Asia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

European Tree Frog - Hyla arborea profile Photos Audio Least Concern Asia Europe
The European Tree Frog is found in forests, bushlands, gardens, vineyards, orchards, parks, lake shores and stream banks. 
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Faro Island Tree Frog - Litoria lutea Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Faro Island Tree Frog is found in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla fimbrimembra Photos Endangered North America
The Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla fimbrimembra profile Photos Endangered North America
The Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog is found in mountain forests.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla miliaria Photos Vulnerable North America
The Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla miliaria profile Photos Vulnerable North America
The Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog has webbed feet.
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Gliding Tree Frog - Agalychnis spurrelli Photos Video Least Concern North America South America
The Gliding Tree Frog is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Gliding Tree Frog - Agalychnis spurrelli profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America South America
The Gliding Tree Frog is is bright yellow-green during the day. It turns a darker green at night.
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Godman's Tree Frog - Tlalocohyla godmani Photos Vulnerable North America
Godman's Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Golden Tree Frog - Phytotriades auratus Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Golden Tree Frog is found in Trinidad and Tobago.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Gray Tree Frog - Hyla versicolor profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The gray tree frog is found from Manitoba east to Maine and south to northern Florida and central Texas.
Source: Animal Diveristy Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Gray Tree Frog - Hyla versicolor profile Photos Least Concern North America New Hampshire Species
The gray tree frog is about 2 inches in length. It is green, gray, or brown in color. 
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Greater Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla avia Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Greater Spikethumb Frog is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Green Tree Frog is found from Delaware south to southern Florida, west to south-central Texas, and north from the Gulf Coast to southeastern Oklahoma, southeastern Missouri, southern Illinois, western Kentucky, western Tennessee, and northern Alabama.
Source: Animal Diveristy Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Green Tree Frog is 1.25-2.5 inches in length.
Source: USGS Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Green Tree Frog is usually found near bodies of water like swamps, marshes, lakes, and ponds.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Green Tree Frog - Hyla cinerea profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Green Tree Frog is aboreal and spends most of its time in trees.
Source: Savannah River Ecology Lab Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Growling Grass Frog - Litoria raniformis Photos Endangered Australia
Growling Grass Frog is found in Australia. It is also known as the green and gold frog.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Growling Grass Frog - Litoria raniformis profile Endangered Australia
The Growling Grass Frog is one of the largest frog species in Australia. It reaches up to 4 inches in length.
Source: Governent of Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Growling Grass Frog - Litoria raniformis profile Photos Audio Endangered Australia
The Growling Grass Frog is named for its growling call.
Source: Frogs of Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Growling Grass Frog - Litoria raniformis profile Photos Audio Endangered Australia
The Growling Grass Frog is found in dams, ponds, and marshes.
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Green And Golden Bell Frog - Litoria aurea profile Photos Video Vulnerable Australia
The Green And Golden Bell Frog is found in Australia. It is also known as the Green and Golden Swamp Frog.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Green And Golden Bell Frog - Litoria aurea profile Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Green And Golden Bell Frog is threatened by habitat loss and fragmentation, predation by introduced species, pollution, and disease.
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Green And Golden Bell Frog - Litoria aurea profile Vulnerable Australia
The Green And Golden Bell Frog is olive to bright emerald-green.
Source: Governent of Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Green-Thighed Frog - Litoria brevipalmata Photos Endangered Australia
The Green-Thighed Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Green-Thighed Frog - Litoria brevipalmata profile Photos Endangered Australia
The Green-Thighed Frog is threatened by habitat loss.
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Green-Thighed Frog - Litoria brevipalmata profile Photos Endangered Australia
The Green-Thighed Frog is around 1-2 inches in length.
Source: Frogs of Australia Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Guatemalan Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla guatemalensis Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Guatemalan Spikethumb Frog is found in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Guerreran Stream Frog - Ptychohyla salvadorensis Photos Endangered North America
The Guerreran Stream Frog is found in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Guinle Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus leucopygius profile Photos Audio Least Concern South America
The Guinle Tree Frog is found in Brazil.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Hartweg’s Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla hartwegi Photos Critically Endangered North America
Hartweg’s Spikethumb Frog is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hispaniolan Common Tree Frog - Osteopilus dominicensis Photos Least Concern North America
The Hispaniolan Common Tree Frog is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hispaniolan Common Tree Frog - Osteopilus dominicensis profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Hispaniolan Common Tree Frog is arboreal.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Hispaniolan Giant Tree Frog - Osteopilus vastus Photos Endangered North America
The Hispaniolan Giant Tree Frog is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hispaniolan Yellow Tree Frog - Osteopilus pulchrilineatus Photos Video Endangered North America
The Hispaniolan Yellow Tree Frog is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hyla walkeri Photos Vulnerable North America
Hyla walkeri is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hyloscirtus torrenticola Photos Vulnerable South America
Hyloscirtus torrenticola is found in Colombia and Ecuador.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Hypsiboas boans profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern North America South America
Hypsiboas boans is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No


Isthmohyla calypsa Photos Critically Endangered North America
Isthmohyla calypsa is found in Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Isthmohyla calypsa profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
Isthmohyla calypsa is metallic green with brown or dark green splotches.
Source: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Isla Bonita Tree Frog - Isthmohyla debilis Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Isla Bonita Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Ixil Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla ixil Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Ixil Spikethumb Frog is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Japanese Tree Frog - Hyla japonica profile Photos Least Concern Asia
The Japanese Tree Frog is found in China, Japan, North and South Korea, Mongolia, and Russia.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Juanita's Earless Tree Frog - Exerodonta juanitae Photos Vulnerable North America
Juanita's Earless Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Kuranda Tree Frog - Litoria myola profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Kuranda Tree Frog is found in northeast Queensland, Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Kuranda Tree Frog - Litoria myola profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Kuranda Tree Frog is found in the rainforest near slow-moving streams.
Source: Australian Government Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section:No

Kuranda Tree Frog - Litoria myola profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Kuranda Tree Frog is nocturnal.
Source: Queensland Government Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section:No

La Loma Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus colymba Photos Critically Endangered North America
The La Loma Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

La Loma Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus colymba profile Photos Audio Critically Endangered North America
The La Loma Tree Frog is pale-green to pale-brown with a yellowish line on its eyelids.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Lagoa Santa's Tree Frog - Dendropsophus rubicundulus profile Photos Audio Least Concern South America
The Lagoa Santa's Tree Frog is found in Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Las Palmas Spikethumb Frog - Plectrohyla quecchi Photos Critically Endangered North America
Las Palmas Spikethumb Frog is found in Guatemala.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lemon-Yellow Tree Frog - Hyla savignyi profile Photos Least Concern Africa Asia
The Lemon-Yellow Tree Frog is found in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Egypt, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lemon-Yellow Tree Frog - Hyla savignyi profile Photos Least Concern Africa Asia
The male Lemon-Yellow Tree Frog's call sounds like a cicada chirping.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Lemur Leaf Frog - Hylomantis lemur Photos Critically Endangered North America South America
The Lemur Leaf Frog is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, and Panama.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lemur Leaf Frog - Hylomantis lemur profile Photos Critically Endangered North America South America
The Lemur Leaf Frog is green with very large eyes.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Lesser Tree Frog  - Dendropsophus minutus profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern North America South America
The Lesser Tree Frog is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Linda's Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus lindae Photos Vulnerable South America
Linda's Tree Frog is found in Colombia and Ecuador. It looks like it has fingernail polish in its toes.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Los Bracitos Tree Frog - Hypsiboas heilprini profile Photos Video Least Concern North America
Los Bracitos Tree Frog is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. It is also known as the Hispaniolan Green Stream Frog.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Lynch's Colombian Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus lynchi Photos Endangered South America
Lynch's Colombian Tree Frog is found in Colombia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Main’s Frog - Litoria maini profile Photos Least Concern Australia
Main’s Frog is found in Australia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Matuda's Spike-Thumbed Frog - Plectrohyla matudai Photos Vulnerable North America
Matuda's Spike-Thumbed Frog is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Matuda's Spike-Thumbed Frog - Plectrohyla matudai profile Photos Vulnerable North America
Matuda's Spike-Thumbed Frog is found in pine-oak and cloud forests.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Mediterranean Tree Frog - Hyla meridionalis profile Photos Least Concern Africa Europe
The Mediterranean Tree Frog is found in Algeria, France, Gibraltar, Italy, Monaco, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, and Tunisia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Mediterranean Tree Frog - Hyla meridionalis profile Photos Audio Least Concern Africa Europe
The Mediterranean Tree Frog is around 2-2.5 inches in length.
Source: AmphibiaWeb Intended Audience: General Reading Level: High School Teacher Section: No

Merida Andes Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus platydactylus Photos Vulnerable South America
Merida Andes Tree Frog is found in Colombia and Venezuela.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Merida Tree Frog - Dendropsophus meridensis Photos Endangered South America
The Merida Tree Frog is found in Venezuela.
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Mountain Mist Frog - Litoria nyakalensis Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Mountain Mist Frog is also known as the Nyakala Frog. It is found in Queensland, Australia.
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Mountain Mist Frog - Litoria nyakalensis profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Mountain Mist Frog is found in rainforests.
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Mountain Mist Frog - Litoria nyakalensis profile Audio Critically Endangered Australia
Scientists aren't quite sure why Mountain Mist Frog populations are declining.
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Mountain Tree Frog - Hyla eximia profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Mountain Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
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Morelet’s Tree Frog - Agalychnis moreletii Photos Critically Endangered North America
Morelet’s Tree Frog is found in Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.
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Morelet’s Tree Frog - Agalychnis moreletii profile Photos Audio Critically Endangered North America
Morelet’s Tree Frog is threatened by disease, habitat loss, and over harvesting for the pet trade.
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Narrow-Lined Tree Frog - Isthmohyla angustilineata Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Narrow-Lined Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
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Narrow-Lined Tree Frog - Isthmohyla angustilineata profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Narrow-Lined Tree Frog is a beige-bronze or green with dark spots.
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New England Tree Frog - Litoria subglandulosa Photos Vulnerable Australia
The New England Tree Frog is also known as the Glandular Frog. It is found in Australia.
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New England Tree Frog - Litoria subglandulosa profile Photos Vulnerable Australia
The New England Tree Frog is found in the New England Tablelands in New South Wales, Australia.
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New England Tree Frog - Litoria subglandulosa profile Photos Vulnerable Australia
The New England Tree Frog is around 1.9 inches in length.
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Northern Cricket Frog - Acris crepitans profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Northern Cricket Frog is found from southeastern New York, the southern Great Lakes region, and southern South Dakota to southeastern New Mexico, southern Texas, and Mexico, and the Gulf Coast east to northwestern Florida.
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Northern Cricket Frog - Acris crepitans profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Northern Cricket Frog lives on the edges of ponds and streams.
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Northern Cricket Frog - Acris crepitans profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Northern Cricket Frog is around 1.5 inches in length.
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Oaxacan Yellow Tree Frog - Megastomatohyla pellita Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Oaxacan Yellow Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
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Pacific Lowland Tree Frog - Dendropsophus gryllatus Photos Endangered South America
The Pacific Lowland Tree Frog is found in Ecuador.
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Painted Tree Frog - Dendropsophus ebraccatus profile Photos Least Concern North America South America
The Painted Tree Frog is found in Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Source: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Peppered Tree Frog - Litoria piperata Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Peppered Tree Frog is found in New South Wales, Australia.
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Peppered Tree Frog - Litoria piperata profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Peppered Tree Frog is found in rocky streams.
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Peppered Tree Frog - Litoria piperata profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Peppered Tree Frog is olive or gray-green with white or cream spots on its flanks and limbs.
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Peppered Tree Frog - Litoria piperata profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Peppered Tree Frog is threatened by habitat loss.
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Phyllomedusa venusta Photos Least Concern North America South America
Phyllomedusa venusta is found in Colombia and Panama.
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Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii Photos Near Threatened North America
The Pine Barrens Tree Frog is found in the eastern U.S. from the Pine Barrens of New Jersey south to Alabama and Florida.
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Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii profile Near Threatened North America
Pine Barrens Tree Frog populations are threatened by development.
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Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii profile Photos Near Threatened North America
The Pine Barrens Tree Frog is bright green with a green with a plum-colored stripe bordered in white that runs from its snout to its rear.
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Pine Barrens Tree Frog - Hyla andersonii profile Photos Near Threatened North America
The Pine Barrens Tree Frog is 1-2 inches in length.
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Pine-Forest Stream Frog - Ptychohyla macrotympanum Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Pine-Forest Stream Frog is found in Guatemala.
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Plectrohyla dasypus Photos Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla dasypus is found in Honduras.
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Plectrohyla exquisita Photos Critically Endangered North America
Plectrohyla exquisita is found in Honduras.
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Plectrohyla sagorum Photos Endangered North America
Plectrohyla sagorum is found in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico.
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Plectrohyla psiloderma Photos Endangered North America
Plectrohyla psiloderma is found in El Salvador and Honduras.
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Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla rabborum profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog is found in Panama.
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Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla rabborum profile Photos Critically Endangered North America
Feale Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frogs are larger than males.
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Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog - Ecnomiohyla rabborum profile Photos Video Critically Endangered North America
Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Tree Frog has huge webbed feet.
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Clown Tree Frog - Dendropsophus leucophyllatus profile Photos Audio Least Concern South America
The Clown Tree Frog is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, and Suriname.
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Rana Arboricula De Bromelia - Bromeliohyla bromeliacia Photos Endangered North America
Rana Arboricula De Bromelia is found in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.
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Rana Arborea De Espolones - Hypsiboas calcaratus profile Photos Least Concern South America
The Clown Tree Frog is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, and Suriname.
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Rana Granosa - Hypsiboas cinerascens profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern South America
Rana Granosa is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela.
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Rana-de Arbol De Pinar - Exerodonta pinorum Photos Vulnerable North America
Rana-de Arbol De Pinar is found in Mexico.
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Rana Lemur De Henri Pittier - Hylomantis medinae Photos South America
Rana Lemur De Henri Pittier is found in Venezuela.
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Rana Platanera - Hypsiboas crepitans Photos Least Concern North America South America
Rana Platanera is found in Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Panama, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela.
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Rana Platanera - Hypsiboas crepitans Photos Audio Least Concern North America South America
Rana Platanera is found in a variety of habitats including forests, marshes, and cultivated land.
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Yellow Cricket Tree Frog - Dendropsophus microcephalus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America South America
The Yellow Cricket Tree Frog is found in Belize, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela.
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Red Spotted Argentina Frog - Argenteohyla siemersi Photos Endangered South America
Red Spotted Argentina Frog is found in Argentina and Uruguay.
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San Carlos Tree Frog - Dendropsophus phlebodes Least Concern North America profile Photos Audio
The San Carlos Tree Frog is found in Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama.
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Schmidt's Mountain Brook Frog - Duellmanohyla schmidtorum Photos Vulnerable North America
Schmidt's Mountain Brook Frog is found in Guatemala and Mexico.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Shreve's Sarayacu Tree Frog - Dendropsophus sarayacuensis profile Photos Video Audio Least Concern South America
Shreve's Sarayacu Tree Frog is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.
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Simmons' Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus simmonsi Photos Endangered South America
Simmons' Tree Frog is found in Colombia.
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Smilisca cyanosticta Photos Near Threatened North America
Smilisca cyanosticta is found in Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico.
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South Fork Tree Frog - Isthmohyla xanthosticta Photos North America
The South Fork Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica.
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Spotted Tree Frog - Litoria spenceri Photos Video Critically Endangered Australia
The Spotted Tree Frog is found in Australia.
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Spotted Tree Frog - Litoria spenceri profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Spotted Tree Frog is found near rocky streams.
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Spotted Tree Frog - Litoria spenceri profile Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Spotted Tree Frog is brown or green is sometimes has green spots.
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Starrett’s Tree Frog - Isthmohyla tica Photos Critically Endangered North America
Starrett’s Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
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Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Southern Cricket Frog is found from southeastern Virginia to southern Florida, west to southeastern Tennessee and southeastern Louisiana.
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Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Southern Cricket Frog's call sounds like marbles clicking together.
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Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Southern Cricket Frog spends most of its time on the ground or in freshwater areas with sunlight.
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Southern Cricket Frog - Acris gryllus profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Southern Cricket Frog is around 1.25 inches in length.
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Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Squirrel Tree Frog is found in the Atlantic coastal plains from southeastern Virginia south to Florida and along the the Gulf Coast states to eastern Texas.
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Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Squirrel Tree Frog can be  a variety of colors including brown, yellow, or green. They can be a solid color or spotted. Some have stripes on their sides and others don't.
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Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella profile Photos Least Concern North America
The Squirrel Tree Frog can be  found on trees and vines in gardens, brush areas, and in woods.
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Squirrel Tree Frog - Hyla squirella profile Photos Audio Least Concern North America
The Squirrel Tree Frog is 1-1.5 inches in length.
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Tandapi Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus alytolylax Photos
The Tandapi Tree Frog is found in Colombia and Ecuador.
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Tiger's Tree Frog - Hyloscirtus tigrinus Photos South America
Tiger's Tree Frog is found in Colombia.
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Torrent Tree Frog - Litoria nannotis Photos Endangered Australia
The Torrent Tree Frog is found in Australia.
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Torrent Tree Frog - Litoria nannotis profile Endangered Australia
The Torrent Tree Frog is also known as the Waterfall Frog because it is found near rocky streams with fast flowing water, waterfalls, or cascades
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Tyrrhenian Tree Frog - Hyla sarda profile Photos Least Concern Europe
The Tyrrhenian Tree Frog is found in France and Italy.
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Voiceless Tree Frog - Plectrohyla siopela Photos Critically Endangered North America
The Voiceless Tree Frog is found in Mexico.
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Volcan Barba Tree Frog - Isthmohyla picadoi Photos Near Threatened North America
The Volcan Barba Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
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Volcan Barba Tree Frog - Isthmohyla picadoi profile Near Threatened North America
The Volcan Barba Tree Frog is can vary in color fro yellow to orange to olive brown. It has large copper eyes.
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Wallum Rocketfrog - Litoria freycineti Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Wallum Rocketfrog is found in New South Wales Australia.
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Wallum Rocketfrog - Litoria freycineti profile Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Wallum Rocketfrog is found in wallums (temporary coastal swamps.)
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Wallum Sedgefrog - Litoria olongburensis Photos Vulnerable Australia
The Wallum Sedgefrog is found in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia.
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Wallum Sedgefrog - Litoria olongburensis profile Vulnerable Australia
The Wallum Sedgefrog has a soft, buzzing call.
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Weygoldt's Tree Frog - Aplastodiscus weygoldti Photos Near Threatened South America
Weygoldt's Tree Frog is found in Brazil.
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Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog - Litoria castanea Photos Critically Endangered Australia
The Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog is found in Australia.
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Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog - Litoria castanea profile Critically Endangered Australia
The Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog's call sounds like a distant motorbike.
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Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog - Litoria castanea profile Critically Endangered Australia
A number of factors may threaten the Yellow-Spotted Bell Frog, including disease, increased ultraviolet radiation, and introduced predator fish.
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Zacate Blanco Tree Frog - Exerodonta catracha Photos Endangered North America
Zacate Blanco Tree Frog is found in southwestern Honduras.
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Zacate Blanco Tree Frog - Exerodonta catracha profile Photos Endangered North America
Zacate Blanco Tree Frog is threatened by deforestation.
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Zetek’s Tree Frog - Isthmohyla zeteki Photos Near Threatened North America
Zetek’s Tree Frog is found in Costa Rica and Panama.
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Zetek’s Tree Frog - Isthmohyla zeteki profile Photos Near Threatened North America
Zetek’s Tree Frog is found in bromeliads.
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