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    It looks like Hyla versicolor to me, the gray tree frog. How big is it?


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    Looks like a good match too. Just estimating from rostrum to caudum 2.5-3 inches. Guess I'll have to try the skin fusion test.
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    I've dealt with the Cuban treefrogs here, and they're huge...but usually more...elongated and...I don't wanna say athletic, but uh, way more trim. If frogface is a cuban, she'd have to be a male, cause it's the females that get big enough to eat baby birds o.o And a good way to determine if "she" is a male Cuban, is if the thumbs are black.

    The gray tree frog definitely looks to be a better match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    It looks like my boss face . LOL.

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    it looks just like the tree frogs that i see here wild in Oregon

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