|The creekbed here is solid rock of Pennsylvanian|
age that stretches for about 150 feet. The run is surrounded by a dense
stand of Black Walnut, Sugar Maple and and Honey Locust. Special
thanks to Christine and Rodney Schneider for allowing me to cross their
property to access the run.
change! In a couple of days instead of swimming in the pool, this
individual will be taking up residence on land in the surrounding
vegetation. The long tail will be absorbed by the froglet's body and
will nourish it until it can effectively capture prey. Larval frogs
can be difficult to identify but I think this one is a Cope's Gray Treefrog
(Hyla chrysoscelis). Help me out here Greg!