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vballr72311
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# Posted: 7 Jan 2007 03:08


does anyone know where i can get a list of native US tree frogs? i'm trying to figure out what kind of tree frog was on my porch when i went on vacation this year to hilton head island. thanks!

MegophryidaeMan
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# Posted: 7 Jan 2007 04:09


Hey vballr - you can go to this site and search for amphibians by state. Most American tree frogs will be under the Hyla species - Good luck!
Amphibiaweb


vballr72311
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# Posted: 7 Jan 2007 15:15


thanks so much!!

vballr72311
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# Posted: 7 Jan 2007 15:19


hmm i still cant figure it out. it seems like the green tree frog is the closest to it, but they seemed pretty big and they were more of a forest green, and their eyes seemed different haha this is driving me crazy!!

spawn
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# Posted: 7 Jan 2007 16:03


Pine Barrens Tree Frog? Cuban Tree Frog?

mander
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# Posted: 13 Aug 2008 22:38


Well, I'm a little late in adding to this conversation...

Where is Hilton Head island? If you are in the East part of the United States, you are in luck! "The Calls of Frogs and Toads" by Lang Elliott available in many public libraries, has photos and a CD with the calls of 42 of the 95 native American Frogs.

On the West Coast I like this website http://www.herpetologynorthwest.org but I will happily check out amphibianweb.org

There is always the possibilitity that it was an escaped pet from somewhere else or a hybrid between two species. (It happens!)

Do you know yet?

ravencelt
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# Posted: 14 Aug 2008 00:14


I doubt the OP is still around after this long.


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mander
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# Posted: 14 Aug 2008 05:08


Hmm...

interesting, at a another forum, I got chewed out for NOT reviewing old threads, that was considered "rude."

Nothing forces you to read an old thread. If you don't want to, don't.

ravencelt
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# Posted: 14 Aug 2008 05:22


The problem is that reviving old threads pushes the newer ones down on the list on the main page, so that people miss new posts. The rules are outlined here: http://talkto.thefrog.org/index.php?action=vthread &forum=1&topic=16193

It's no problem, just please keep this in mind for future reference, thanks!


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