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    Default Tree frogs

    These are the pictures of little tree frogs my grand daughter found.
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    I can't see them well enough to give good idea. They're very smooth though, maybe they're Squirrel tree frogs. Those are usually green but they can be yellow-brown.

    Here's a list of Florida tree frogs: http://ufwildlife.ifas.ufl.edu/frogs/treefrogs.shtml

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    Thanks Elly I'll keep trying thanks

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