The enlarged climbing toe disks aid in identifying Osteopilus septentrionalis as a member of the treefrog (Hylidae) family. In Florida the large size and general appearance also allow . septentrionalis to be distinguished from co-occurring treefrogs. The largest native treefrog, the barking treefrog (Hyla gratiosa) is less than 75mm in length, and the statewide common green treefrog (H. cinerea) only grows to around 60mm (NSiS).Juvenile Cuban treefrogs are more difficult to positively identify than adults.
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