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Stripeless Tree Frog - Hyla meridionalis Bright green frog that is usually found in vegetation, or climbing trees rather than on the ground. Suckers on feet facilitate climbing. Compared to similar Common Tree Frog, note that stripe through eyes only reaches to base of front legs, not along flanks. Widespread in southern Europe, mainly from Spain to northern Italy.
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Stripeless Tree Frog - Hyla meridionalis Bright green frog that is usually found in vegetation, or climbing trees rather than on the ground. Suckers on feet facilitate climbing. Compared to similar Common Tree Frog, note that stripe through eyes only reaches to base of front legs, not along flanks. Widespread in southern Europe, mainly from Spain to northern Italy.

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Date: 2 May 2012
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Credit: LEE MORGAN/NPL
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