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ARIZONA TREEFROG
Hyla wrightorum

Arizona treefrog - Hyla wrightorum Hyla wrightorum from Cochise Co., Arizona     Photo by Will Wells

Range of Hyla wrightorum
Range  of  Hyla wrightorum                                    Map by USGS




Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs in the mountains of central Arizona and western New Mexico. There is also an isolated population in southeastern Arizona.

Legal Status:  Hyla wrightorum has no protected status in our region. However, the isolated Huachuca/Canelo Hills population located in Cochise and Santa Cruz Counties of southeastern Arizona is now listed as a candidate for protection under the Federal Endangered Species Act due to extensive predation on that population by the introduced and invasive American Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus).






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