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Pacific Tree Frog - - (Hyla regilla)

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Image # 2254

w/ extra pair of hind legs perching on cattail

Macro shot of Pacific Tree Frog tadpole showing extra legs on both sides. These tadpoles were part of Pieter Johnson's study of the cause of frog deformities at study sites near Stanford, California. The Pacific Tree Frog is able to adapt to a wide variety of different habitats - from wet rainforests in the coastal ranges of the Pacific Northwest to dry, cold high altitude Ponderosa Pine forests east of the Cascade Mountiains.

Hyla regilla, Pacific Tree Frog Stock

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