21 September 2011

One more well hidden tree frog


A gray treefrog, Hyla versicolor or H. chrysoscelis, in the cavity of a tulip poplar.

The previous well hidden tree frog post was here.

5 comments:

Cindy said...

Are you sure he's a tree frog? I think he looks like a toad.

AYDIN ÖRSTAN said...

Well, he was in a tree.

Studio at the Farm said...

Whatever he/she is ... they are certainly well-camoflaged!

Rudolf Černý said...

Hi
this is definitely a toad
treefrog has vertical eye pupil, whereas toad horizontal one.

Tina Pham said...

Rudolf, actually frogs can have horizontal eye pupils too. For example, the green tree frog!