Treefrogs (Family Hylidae)

 

Hylidae is a wide-ranging family of frogs commonly referred to as
"treefrogs and their allies". However, the hylids include a diversity

of frog species, many of which do not live in trees, but are terrestrial

or semi-aquatic. Hylidae are common throughout North and South

America, Europe, and Australia; they are restricted to the extreme

northwest region of Africa and to the mountainous regions of the

Middle East and central Asia.

 

 

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