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Baja California Treefrog (Pseudacris hypochondriaca)


Chordata > Amphibia > Anura > Hylidae


A small variably-colored frog, usually green to brown, with a distinct horizontal dark stripe through the eyes. Length to about 2 inches. Found throughout Southern California south into Baja in a variety of different habitats, excluding most of the southeast desert regions. Also present on Santa Catalina, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cruz Islands. North of Santa Barbara county the very similar Pseudacris sierra replaces the Baja California Treefrog as the dominant tree frog species (1). Common

View Sightings (3 total, most recently on 03/29/2015)

References:
1. California Herps



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