frog resembles the Gray Treefrog, it is smaller and more slender. Size: 1 – 1 ½” (snout-vent) Habitat: Commonly found in trees or shrubs of pine flatwoods and in or near cypress swamps. Climbs high into trees, but also can be found near the ground. Range: See map Other: Can often be heard calling from the treetops in summer months.
River Frog does not have a dorsal ridge which is a key identification characteristic.
Georgia south of the fall line (Fig. 1). The Gopher frog is listed as a species of special concern in Georgia and is currently a candidate for Federal listing under the Endangered Species Act of Given the status of Gopher frogs in Georgia and throughout most of the species range, Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources NongameMissing: georgia tree frog.
For more information about our local frog species see SREL Herp page. You can help us by reporting sightings of Cuban tree frogs, which are amongst our highest priority invasive species for control on the island. More information on how to identify Cuban tree frogs can be found at University of Florida’s wildlife page. To make a report call Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Sep 26, Tree Frog Family – Hylidae. There are three main group of tree frogs in Georgia: Cricket Frogs (Acris), Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris), and Tree Frogs (Hyla).
Also the dark band that runs down the side of the Little Grass Frog is uninterrupted while the Ornate Chorus Frog has breaks.
Not all the members of the tree frog family lives in the trees. You can find many of them on the ground. Cricket Frogs (Acris)Images.