Canyon tree frog - Wikipedia
The canyon tree frog (Hyla arenicolor) is a species of tree frog native to the rocky
plateau areas of southern United States, primarily in New Mexico and Arizona, ... More »
Hyla arenicolor adult frogs range from 32-57 mm in SVL. It has rough warty skin
which prevents desiccation. Webbing is well developed but does not extend to ...
Range Description: This species occurs from western and southeastern Colorado
and southern Utah, south through Arizona and western New Mexico in the ...
Noun, 1. Hyla crucifer - a small brown tree toad having a shrill call heard near
wetlands of eastern United States and Canada in early spring. spring peeper.
canyon treefrog, Hyla arenicolor - a small chiefly ground dweller that stays within
easy jumping distance of water; of United States southwest and northern ...
Hyla arenicolor from Jeff Davis Co., Tx. Photo by Jason Penney, Canyon Treefrog
- Hyla arenicolor Hyla arenicolor from Yavapai Co., Az. Photo by Diego Ortiz ...
We used published data from a sample of Hyla arenicolor as an outgroup (Ptacek
et al. 1994). The parsimony analysis was subjected to a nonparametric ...
any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping;
semiaquatic and terrestrial species.
Common Name: CANYON TREEFROG, Scientific Name: HYLA ARENICOLOR.
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