Ranges throughout New Jersey and the Delmarva Peninsula.
Occupies a wide variety of moist, dry, forested, and open habitats within its range, including areas around human habitation. It requires shallow water for breeding, and often hides within thick vegetation.
This small treefrog is only 0.75-1.5 inches in body length. It has very subtle bumps on its skin and a rounded belly. Its eyes are moderately bulging. It has a lighter tan to olive background color with 3 irregular dark stripes down its back, and lateral dark stripes down its sides, from the tip of the snout to the groin. The edge of its upper lip is white. Its ventrum is pale and unmarked or lightly speckled.
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