Drab Tree-frog by: Frank Scott This little critter was a lot more patient than his Red-eyed cousins. This one stayed put for a minute or two while I got the shot. I tried posing him put that was not in the contract and that was when he hopped off.
Gardiner’s tree frog is one of the smallest frogs in the world, growing to only in length! Unlike most frogs, the young do not hatch as tadpoles, but as fully formed small adult frogs. So the babies are even smaller versions of this one