The Cuban Tree Frog is the largest tree frog of North America.
They range in size from 7-14 cm and vary in color from olive-brown and bronze to gray or grayish-white.
A nocturnal, tree-dwelling frog, it is known to eat almost anything that will fit in its mouth and to mate year-round.
It has a rough, warty skin and its toepads are much larger than those of other tree frogs.
Cuban Tree Frogs can change colors depending on their temperature and environment.
Many individuals have darker splotches on the back, and some splotchy banding on the legs.
In many individuals, the hidden surfaces of their legs are bright yellow.
1st, 2nd & 3rd photo: Soroa area, Cuba, 8 January 2016
4th photo: Caya Coco, Cuba, 13 January 2016