Pacific treefrogs are insectivorous and may help control a number of insect pest species throught their geographic range. In addition, a number of different species depend on Pacific treefrogs as their primary prey. There is no information on the potential parasites of this species.
- Watkins, T. 1996. Predator-mediated selection on burst swimming performance in tadpoles of the Pacific tree frog, Pseudacris regilla. Physiological Zoology, 69/1: 154-167.