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Pacific chorus frog (Pseudacris regilla)
in a friend’s hand. Found in his flower garden. It’s a small frog ranging in size from 1 - 2 inches. They are the only small frog in Idaho with enlarged toe-pads on the end of each finger and toe, handy for climbing trees. After the “photo ops,” the little frog was released back into the flowers where there’s also small pond. More information here: www.mister-toad.com/PacificTreeFrog.html and more general information about amphibians and reptiles here: www.ecosnake.com. Photo by Frank

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