This species is found in the Southeastern United States on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts plains, ranging from Virginia to Florida.
The Pine Woods Treefrog are found mostly in Florida excluding South-Central Peninsula and the Keys. Oak forest, pine flatwoods and trees in sandhill is their common habitat. Breeding takes place in marshes, bayheads and ditches where the females lay 100-250 eggs on vegetation just below the surface of the water. Small invertebrates in general are the feeds of the Hyla Femoralis, ants, beetles and flies inclusive.
With a height of 1-1.5 inches, the Hyla Femoralis is tan, green, grey or brown and can have markings of irregular bands that re dark in color. The underneath thighs are a distinct orange spots or could also be whitish yellow. Similar to other species, the pine woods treefrog has enlarged and sticky toepads.
Learn more with Schechter Natural History's Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians