Range: Southern United States from Texas to Virginia
Description: These frogs are small only reaching about 1½ inches in length. Most commonly Squirrel Treefrogs have a green body coloration but also can have yellowish to brown coloration.
Habitat: Forests and woodlands near a source of water.
Wild: Various insects
Reproduction: Breeding takes place from March to September and the females attach their eggs one at a time to underwater vegetation near the water’s edge. The number of eggs the female lays can total up to about 1000.