University of Michigan E. S. George Reserve. Pinckney, Michigan, USA.
Color variation within Hyla versicolor and/or H. chrysoscelis. Individuals change color depending upon environmental conditions such as temperature and light levels. Hyla versicolor and H. chrysoscelis are indistinguishable except for their calls and chromosome number.
Matt Wund (photographer; copyright holder; identification)
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