September 28, 2014

Where's Waldo?



Do you see the gray tree frog? He's hiding in plain sight.
Check the other photo to get a better look.







Hyla versicolor

The gray treefrog has “warty” green, brown or grey skin with large darker blotches on the back. Like many treefrogs, this species has large suction-cup-like toe pads. It has a white patch under each eye and is bright yellow-orange under the thighs. Adults may reach a length of six centimetres.

The gray treefrog may be found in many types of tree and shrub communities located near permanent water.

source - Ontario Nature.

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