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Just wondering what kind of frog this is
I'm not sure, but it's definitely not an ADF or ACF. It doesn't look like any frog I've seen in the aquarium trade. I'm assuming you found it in the wild? Sorry I can't tell you what it is. Hopefully one of our members will know. - frogbreeder
If wild caught, this should help.
Looks like a spring peeper tbh That, or a skinny grey tree frog, a side shot is ALWAYS better on a frog, distinguishing mouth patterns. The link dino provided is a good one, but they don't provide a full list.
What do you expect from a government site?
lol Ikr, I ment no disrespect. There are so many species that by government standards, are not considered local species but may very well have a thriving population. That frog could also be, and this is a stretch, a giant golden tree frog. The thing with frogs is that one species may have tons of different colors and patterns. As I learned with the Eastern Narrow Mouth frog I found, that site was the first I went to under the florida frog species, no such luck. Had to go to a frog forum to find out what I had.
No disrespect taken.
I am well aware of the issue id'ing frogs, as we have the same thing happening here in Tennessee.
The same goes for a lot of fish that we keep as well.
Different collections locations will have different coloration.