Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Sock Contest #2 - Tree Froggies

Enough time spent. Here are the answers I came up with.

1) “Callidryas” comes from the Greek words meaning “beautiful tree nymph.”
2) Tree frogs typically lay their eggs on branches or leaves overhanging temporary ponds (although some lay eggs in the water or on floating material)
3) Most tree frogs are 2 inches or less, with the male being smaller than the female. However, the Gardiner's tree frog is half the size of a human fingernail, and the Cuban tree frog grows up to 5 inches in length.

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