Hyla versicolor

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Photograph by Darren Garrison.

Photography contest, Honorable Mention.

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Hyla versicolor – gray tree frog.

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Are those yellow patches afterburners or something?

They’re thighlighted.

JimboK said:

Are those yellow patches afterburners or something?

Yeah, their there in case it finds itself out on a limb…

We see a lot of these around here. My kids soon learned that if you handle one, you must then wash your hands. If you touch your eyes after handling, it soon burns them for quite a while. Those warning patches are there for a reason.

Mark Sturtevant said: Those warning patches are there for a reason.

To remind you to only lick five at the Rave?

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