Little is known about the lifespan of Pacific treefrogs, either in the wild or in captivity. There is record of a captive Pacific treefrog that lived for 9 years. Other chorus frogs in the genus Pseudacris have an average lifespan of approximately 5 years in the wild. Closely related mountain chorus frogs P. brachyphona live for approximately 7 years in the wild.
Status: captivity: 9 (high) years.
- Green, N. 1938. The Breeding Habits of Pseudacris Brachyphona (Cope) with a Description of the Eggs and Tadpole. Copeia, 1938/2: 79-82.
- Blaustein, A., L. Belden, D. Olson, D. Green, T. Root, J. Kiesecker. 2001. Amphibian breeding and climate change. Conservation Biology, 15/16: 1804-1809.