Range stretches along the southern Atlantic coast, from southeast Virginia through the Florida peninsula and most of the panhandle.
This species resides in the ground vegetation around marshy swampland or ditches. They sometimes climb higher than 1.5 meters.
The smallest frog in North America, this species only reaches 19 millimeters in length. It has a flattened body, pointed snout, and large, non-bulging eyes. Its skin is smooth or very mildly bumpy. It is primarily light brown, and may have a dark brown mask running through the eyes from the snout to the mid-section of the body.
Learn more with Schechter Natural History's Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians