1. The Latin genera: "hylidae", references the Greek root "hylo-, hyle-, hyl-" meaning wood or forest.
The Greek word "callidryas" derives from the Greek roots "kalos-" meaning beautiful and the root "dry-, dryos-" meaning tree.
2. These critters are quite flexible and resourceful in choosing the best place to lay eggs and may choose either overhanging plants above the water (and the little tadpoles drop in when hatched-how cute!) or water...about 75% prefer water.
3. Treefrogs can be anywhere from 17-140 mm in length.
4. None have been recorded knitters as those sticky pads just don't work, no matter how they hold the yarn.