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Baja California Treefrog

Description

The Baja California Treefrog is a small frog with a large head. It has a prominent dark stripe running through each eye that extends from the nose to the shoulder. Most often they tend to be green or brown. But their upper body color can vary within the colors of green, tan, brown or gray. They can also vary the color intensity somewhat for blending in with their surroundings. Their underside is off-white in color.

They range in length from 3/4 to 2 inches.

We have observed the Baja California Treefrog in the Chino Hills State Park and the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve. For a list of sightings of this animal, you can view our Sightings and Observations Log and search on "Baja California Treefrog".

Family: Frog.

Field Notes

The Baja California Treefrog featured on the home page slideshow was photographed at Chino Hills State Park in one of the last remaining streams for that season.

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