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Good find!

I have had many research projects with Hyla chrysoscelis here in NJ. They are a state endangered species because this is the northeastern most part of their distribution. I am actually conducting a radio telemetry study with them right now. I am trying to find out where they go after the breeding season and how late do they start to hibernate. They really do like to come out when it rains....usually at night. I have had them on the sliding glass door at my old house- they were attracted to moths that were flying around the porchlight.

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