Pine Woods Tree Frog
As the name suggests, the species is a tree frog. The tadpoles go through several metamorphosis phases before turning into an adult.
|Scientific Name||Hyla femoralis|
|Size||0.98-1.50 in (2.48-3.81 cm)|
|Color||Color variations include grayish green, gray, reddish brown, and brownish gray with dark patterns on the body|
|Habitat||Mostly on long and high trees along with cypress swamps, woodlands with Turkey oak, and pine woods|
|Mode of Reproduction||Oviparous (external fertilization)|
|Clutch Size||800 -2,000 eggs|
|Average Lifespan||Not known|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Least Concern|
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Published on November 5th 2019 by staff under Frogs. Article was last reviewed on 5th November 2019.