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    Very cool. Love tree frogs...

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    Ya I'm stoked to have it lol now I have a excuse for a new light for the frog and mor plants

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    I think it could be a Cuban Tree Frog. They're a horrible invasive. I doubt they'd survive your winters, but whatever you do, don't release it.

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    Heres a new pic I hope it helps


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    If I had to guess I'd say Polypedates Leucomystax. Used to have one myself and he was a great pet.



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    Looks close Eric did he turn green

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    Definitely not a Polypedates species. I'm sticking with the Hyla genus until I can see a more definitive photo. The head is much too blunt and the general morphology is off to be any Polypedates. This doesn't look like any native U.S. species. My guess is either a natural hybrid of 2 native species (which does happen and has been well recorded in Florida with Hyla andersonii, H.cinerea and H.femoralis) or another new invasive species. Now I'm very curious to see how this animal progresses.

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