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CANYON TREEFROG
Hyla arenicolor

Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor from Jeff Davis Co., Tx.   Photo by Jason Penney Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor  Hyla arenicolor  from Yavapai Co., Az.        Photo by Diego Ortiz

Range of Hyla arenicolor
Range  of  Hyla arenicolor                                     Map by USGS

Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor  from the  Gila National Forest,  New Mexico
                                                                                 Photo by Laura Navarrete
Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor from Maricopa Co., Az.      Photo by Diego Ortiz
Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas, throughout western and northern New Mexico, across most of Arizona and in southern Utah.

Legal Status:  Hyla arenicolor has no protected status in our region.

Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor from Santa Cruz Co., Az.   Photo by R. Campbell Canyon Treefrog - Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor from Brewster Co., Tx.  Photo by Craig Mc Intyre




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