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Spring Peeper? (2)

Description: Still confused.... Looks almost albino. Let me know if you can identify him.

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Phrog

Registered: 12/2010
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Very cool. It's hard to tell from the picture but I'd call it a chorus frog (albino or just a light-colored one...unique anyway). It appears to lack the X on its back that a spring peeper has and has lines along its sides consistent with chorus frogs.
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