University of Michigan E. S. George Reserve. Pinckney, Michigan, USA.
Hyla versicolor and H. chrysoscelis are indistinguishable except for their calls and chromosome number. Both species have characteristic yellow or orange markings on the groin and sides.
Matt Wund (photographer; copyright holder; identification)
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