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Old 05-23-2016, 07:45 PM
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Found it at work in a warehouse in Massachusetts. Any idea what it could be?
It's dirty white with yellow underneath.

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Nevermind, just didn't put the right info in the Google search, guess it's a gray tree frog

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Yup, looks like a gray tree frog, probably a common gray due to your area, but the only way to tell between a common and a copes is genetics (I think, don't quote me on that )

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Yup, looks like a gray tree frog, probably a common gray due to your area, but the only way to tell between a common and a copes is genetics (I think, don't quote me on that )
You can tell the males of these species apart from their calls. Hyla chrysoscelis has a more rapid cadence to it, whereas Hyla versicolor is slower and more melodic.

P.S... sorry for quoting you on it
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