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    1 - Pacific Tree Frog, Pseudacris regilla.

    06/27/2003 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    2 - Pacific Tree Frog.

    05/14/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    3 - Pacific Tree Frog.

    10/02/2010 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    4 - Pacific Tree Frogs sunning on fern fronds.

    09/18/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    5 - Pacific Tree Frog.

    09/20/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    6 - Pacific Tree Frog.

    04/30/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

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    7 - Pacific tree frogs can be recognized by a black stripe through the eye and rounded toe pads.

    04/30/2005 Heart O' the Hills Area, Olympic National Park, Washington

Pacific Tree Frogs, or Pacific Chorus Frogs, abound around the whole lowland Pacific Northwest. We hear them calling from our pond, find them in the bushes sunning themselves (a bit of a surprise to find frogs sunning) and find newly metamorphosed frogs in the lawn. Pacific tree frogs vary in color, and can change the darkness of their skin color in a few minutes. You can recognize a Pacific tree frog by the black stripe through the eye and the rounded toe pads (slide 6). The genus and species names of this frog have changed, and remain somewhat controversial. More from Wikipedia.