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|date of photo Jun 30, 1996
location Annadel State Park (Sonoma County, California, US)family Hylidaenotes At certain times of the year, portions of Annadel State Park near Santa Rosa are crawling with these small frogs. Especially near the water, they cover everything from cattails to poison oak to blackberries to madrone trees.camera Canon A2 (35 mm) using Velvia 50 ISO filmcontributor's ID # FR-CA-1160 photo category: Animal - Amphibian
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