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|Classe: Amphibia - Amphibiens.|
Ordre: Anura - Anoures.
Sous ordre: Neobatrachia - Néobatraciens.
Famille: Hylidae - Hylidés, Rainettes.
Sous espèce: arborea.
Nom vernaculaire: Rainette arboricole.
Nom scientifique: Hyla arborea arborea.
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First of all, welcome! In this photo, the dark background is perfect against the bright green. I think it would really help if we could see his face. Still, for a first post, I can see the texture of his skin, you kept the brillant green, and as I said, wonderful contrast against the black. For those reasons, I'm giving you a great smilie. Keep shooting and keep coming back because we love it!
Welcome to TN! I love these little guys and my photography friend are going to the forest this weekend to look for these. I agree with Kathy in that the shot could be improved by getting in front or by getting his eye at the side. Keep up the good work!