Gray Treefrog

Scientific Name: Hyla versicolor

One of the most unique features of the Gray Treefrog is its ability to change color to match its environment (metachrosis). This process usually requires about thirty minutes.
  • Size: Weight: 6 to 7 grams; Length: 1 to 2.5 inches
  • Diet: Forage on ground for small insects, spiders, mites and snails; occasional plant materials
  • Habitat: Woodland areas, in trees along prairie streams and bottomland forests along rivers and swamps
  • Range in the Wild: Eastern to Central United States, Southeastern Canada

Conservation Status
Listed as Least Concern.

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