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    What kind of frog is this? Was on the side of my house this eve. Dont recall seeing 1 like this before. It was toad sized.

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    Here is another pic.

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    Well the color and spots dont match any google image pic for gray tree frog....

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    A little more googling and its a barking tree frog.

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    Barking tree frog is correct. I take it you are in the eastern part of the state.

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    The pic with the dollar reminds me of a scene from Borat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry condrey View Post
    Barking tree frog is correct. I take it you are in the eastern part of the state.
    Yes. Between Greenville and New Bern.

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    Thought so. That species is limited to the coastal plain area.

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    Barking tree frog? I've heard those a few times, but never seen one. Somewhere, deep inside, there is an adolescent male giggling hysterically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misterslowride View Post
    The pic with the dollar reminds me of a scene from Borat.
    "You will never get this"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenmonster View Post
    Barking tree frog? I've heard those a few times, but never seen one. Somewhere, deep inside, there is an adolescent male giggling hysterically.
    I believe your adolescent side is thinking of the "Barking Spider". I'll tell you the tale of its origin if you like, just as soon as I get a ride on that boat.

    Has anybody guessed "Kermit" for the identity of the frog yet? Not surprising actually, I heard he only carries $100's around.
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