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GREEN TREEFROG
Hyla cinerea

Green Treefrog - Hyla cinerea Hyla cinerea from Atascosa County, Texas         Photo by Tom Lott Green Treefrog - Hyla cinerea  Hyla cinerea  from Montgomery Co., Texas       Photo by Tom Lott

Range of Hyla cinerea in Texas
Range  of  Hyla cinerea  in  Texas                           Map by USGS


Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in the eastern half of Texas with an additional isolated population recorded from Brewster County in west Texas.

Legal Status:  This species has no protected status in our region.






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