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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
Listed as Least Concern.
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