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WEC263: How To Make a Treefrog House

Figure 4. Make a "frog plunger" with a fat end that fits the inside of your treefrog house, and use it to gently push your treefrog into a plastic zipper bag so you can find out what kind of frog it is. If you can't reach the bag to hold it while you plunge the frog, be sure to grab it and zip it all the way closed as soon as the frog hops inside.

Credit: Monica E. McGarrity, University of Florida, 2009