Figure 5. Green treefrogs (A) and squirrel treefrogs (B) are native. Cuban treefrogs (C & D) are invasive. Adult Cuban treefrogs (C) can be green, gray, brown, or white. Young Cuban treefrogs (D) are usually greenish-tan with light green stripes down their sides. Get help from an adult to catch Cuban treefrogs! Use the photo galleries at http://ufwildlife.ifas.ufl.edu/treefrogs.shtml to identify treefrogs.
Credit: Steve A. Johnson & Esther Langan, University of Florida, 2003