This is the smallest Tree Frog I’ve ever seen, no bigger than my pinky fingernail. I’m calling him a juvenile, but have no idea how old he might be, or how he came to be on our patio.
Ted spotted him first, and thought it was the head of a juvenile Carolina Anole peaking up over the leaf.
There was a young Anole patrolling this Curcumin plant and the frog soon disappeared into the dense middle and I wondered if they were aware of each other.
13 thoughts on “Tiny Tree Frog”
OK, I’m impressed… that was a small subject !!! Well done.
froggie is adorable! such a nice green photo
Thanks. It was amazing to see one so small, his feet which he tucked in before I got a photo were translucent.
wow! Maybe you will see him again…
I keep looking… and wondering if there will be more.
So small! He looks completely swallowed up by the leaf.
Yes, and when he went to the denser part of the plant he did disappear. I glance in from time to time but haven’t seen him again.
That is tiny, cute and adorable! Nice find, Ellen!
Thanks, Donna, glad you liked it. I’d like to spot him again, and just wonder how anything that tiny got there in the first place 😜.
Cute little thing!
He sure is, Belinda.