Gray Tree Frog - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Gray Treefrog (Hyla versicolor)

Amphibian, Urban Adapter

  • Measures 1.5-2 inches long
  • Range is throughout the eastern United States
  • Treefrogs are able to change their skin color based on time of day, air temperature, and background. Color ranges from gray to green with black splotches. Each toe has a suction-like cup at the tip.
  • Habitat includes moist wooded areas and yards in close proximity to freshwater wetlands. Overwinter habitat includes leaves, bark, and rotten logs.
  • Insectivore