Pacific Treefrog

Martin Smart

Nanaimo, Canada

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Pacific Treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla) are small chorus frogs, up to 5 centimeters long, and range in colour from pale grey or tan to bronze or bright emerald green. They have a conspicuous dark stripe extending from the nostrils through the eye as far as the shoulder. They are often marked with dark patches or stripes on the back, and are usually pale cream underneath. Their legs are long and slender and their toes have round pads, which help the frog grip and climb. There is very little webbing between the toes, which makes them look quite long. Females are slightly larger than males, a feature common to most frogs.
They live in many types of habitats and reproduce in aquatic settings. This species is also known as the Pacific Chorus Frog.
This little guy was photographed on a leaf in the Morrell Nature Sanctuary, Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

Canon 40D
1/1250sec f6.3 ISO 400

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