Eastern half of the United States extending into southern Canada. Range extends from Manitoba to central Texas and eastern Oklahoma to the Atlantic Ocean.
Semi-arboreal. Grasslands, prairies, meadows, swamps, and fields. Usually found perched in trees or shrubs, rare to be seen on the ground.
1.25 to 2 inches long. Coloration varies in shades of grey, brown, or green, patterning is mottled. Color varies based on environment, presence of light, or temperature. Light-colored spots below eyes. Distinguished from the gray tree frog only by voice, appearance is nearly identical.
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