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OMG Look What I Found !!!! A White Toad/Frog !!!

Sunday, May 05, 2013

I know ...Seriously !!!!

I had to show you all this white toad...In all of my almost 60 years of living in the country, I've never see such a thing.

He/She has bright yellow under it's legs !!!

AWESOME !!!!! Look at the suction cups on it's feet.
And how "Sparkly" it is !!!!

Oh Mother Nature How Wonderful You Are !!!!

I just had to throw this one in...Me being silly at Walmart.
My brother is buying me a bike for my 60th birthday !!!???
Like my Spiked Helmet ???

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
A_NEW_CHAPTER 5/7/2013 9:54PM

    My husband saw one of those for the first time this spring too - sitting in a tree - you wouldn't expect to see a frog in a tree..sounds like something from a Dr. Seuss book

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NORASPAT 5/7/2013 9:45PM

    WoW that is so interesting Did it have red eyes. Maybe it is an Albino. I will ask another friend to go to your blog her DH is in to stuff like that.

this is the first time i saw your face, i only ever saw the shadow picture.
I hope you have a wonderful birthday. You sure are looking good well done.
Were you ever able to quit with the Cigarettes, I have often wondered about that, HUGS Pat in Maine.
emoticon emoticon BLOG, emoticon and now you are heading out to your yard and you canners. HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon

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CHAS1949 5/7/2013 4:02PM

    You look happy!! Silly, but happy!! Good for you!!
The white frog is sign you are headed in the right direction as you already know you are!!

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SHARJOPAUL 5/6/2013 9:54AM

    Strange but cool frog.
Happy 60th.

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NASFKAB 5/6/2013 9:54AM

  lovely all the best

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IOEINC 5/6/2013 9:33AM

    Love the helmet Pattie!! The spikes look dangerous!! LOL!!

Love the pictures of the white toad too. Never saw one so thanks for sharing!!

Hope you are doing well and getting ready for your garden and all that canning!! I am sure you will do really well again at the Farm Stand this year!!I wish I lived closer so I could come and pay all sounded so good last year!! YUM!!!


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ARTJAC 5/6/2013 1:35AM

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DANAPRIME 5/5/2013 10:11PM

    Cool toad. I think he is a tree frog. They are kind of different colors of gray, at least here in WV. Hope you got the spiked helmet! Just kidding!!

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ELSCO55 5/5/2013 9:22PM


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PATRICIAAK 5/5/2013 8:08PM


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AUNTB63 5/5/2013 6:07PM

    Thanks for sharing those incredible pix.....I have seen one of these fine creatures in a I know for sure that they really exist. And yes the spikes on your helmet are, shall I say, stunning. And your nails make your hands look so young.....Have a wonderful Sunday and when is that big 60 day? I will be turning 66 this May 22. emoticon

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MARTYLYNN1 5/5/2013 4:50PM

    I agree with some other post here. I think that may be a grey tree frog. We have several of them here in Washington. When we lived in Missouri most of the tree frogs were green but we occasionally saw a grey one. Cool pictures of it. Thanks for sharing.

Love the helmet!

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GWTRIKER 5/5/2013 3:14PM

    Those pics are great--thanks for sharing.

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SYDLETZIII 5/5/2013 2:27PM

    I was able to use your photos to classify the organism, it is a
Gray Treefrog
Hyla chrysoscelis
Description: The Gray Treefrog's back is usually two-toned gray with a broad patch of darker gray at the center. However, it also has the ability to blend into its surroundings by changing colors from green, brown or white. It can be distinguished from other treefrogs by the bright yellow or orange of the inner thighs.
Classification Key provided by
Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

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PICKIE98 5/5/2013 2:06PM

    It's Mrs.T!!!!!!!! I think with that hat on you would bounce if you fell on your head! LOL! talk about being unobtrusive!!!

The toads you show are all over where we live.. They really are hardest to see in the fall in the leaves.

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    Love the suction cups on her feet!! And the yellow under her leg! Such a wild looking frog!

Love your helmet!!! Have fun on your new bike!!

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CRAZY4BOSTONS 5/5/2013 1:33PM

    I think that may be a tree frog?
Very cool pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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