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Juvenile Pacific Tree Frog (Pseudacris regilla) on a Leaf

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A juvenile Pacific Tree Frog (Pseudacris regilla) resting on a Rose bush leaf. The juvenile Pacific Tree Frogs leave the backyard pond here after their 2-3 months as tadpoles. Full grown Pacific Tree Frogs are about 5cm long at the most, but this juvenile was closer to 2.5cm. This individual is a brown/tan color but they can also be green, brown, and sometimes almost black in color.
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A juvenile Pacific Tree Frog (Pseudacris regilla) resting on a Rose bush leaf.  The juvenile Pacific Tree Frogs leave the backyard pond here after their 2-3 months as tadpoles.  Full grown Pacific Tree Frogs are about 5cm long at the most, but this juvenile was closer to 2.5cm.  This individual is a brown/tan color but they can also be green, brown, and sometimes almost black in color.