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American green tree frog Hyla cinerea, holding onto a papyrus stem. Tree frogs live most of their lives in trees, using their well adapted fingers with sucking discs to hold onto the branches. From April to June they spawn in ponds filled with reeds & surrounded by pondside vegetation. The nocturnal tree frog chorus performed by the males throughout this period is well noted.
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