Cope's Gray Tree Frog

Discussion in 'Photos & Photography' started by Fae, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. Fae

    Fae New Member

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  2. lizardgurl87

    lizardgurl87 HOTM Winner April

    Cute! Where'd you get him? I have a Gray that I'm pretty sure is a Cope's, but there are two variations-he looks some like mine, though mine is light gray and real nice turtle too! :p
  3. Fae

    Fae New Member

    I rescued them from a swimming pool. The only way you can tell if your frog is a Cope's is it's call. If it is a female it won't call at all. But males will call and you can try a simple test to see which variation your frog is. If your frog is a Cope's and a male it may respond to this clip. If you can play it near his enclosure. It may take a few tries. If it is a common gray tree frog and a male. It may respond to this clip Gray Treefrog.mp3
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  4. Badger711

    Badger711 Member

    She explained it perfectly ^ Though I've seen most Copes' tend to be a bit darker than Common Gray Tree Frogs.
  5. lizardgurl87

    lizardgurl87 HOTM Winner April

    I'm pretty sure mine's common then-a much lighter gray too, but for sure a female, so she won't call. I was aware you can tell by the call, but also sometimes the patterns/markings/colorations and such-though not as reliable. I also found mine outside recently-I haven't heard of or seen them much for sale and most people I know with them have caught them-even if you did buy them, they'd most likely be wild caught.
    ^Here she is
  6. Louie

    Louie Member

    Vert nice and love the plants.
  7. dogking

    dogking HOTM Winner September

    Both frogs look great! how big do they get?
  8. Badger711

    Badger711 Member

    Bout three inches STV for females
  9. reptile boy

    reptile boy New Member

    there so cool! the frogs look like granite!
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