This large frog, most likely a Cuban Tree Frog, surprised me by its presence as I found the trail blocked by a fallen palm frond. If you live in Florida you would understand the many variations of reptile and insect surprises.
An invasive and, in this case, exotic looking juvenile Cuban Treefrog seems to have found a comfortable home at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area (ORCA). The ancestors of these little guys made their way from the Caribbean and ended up in Florida in the 1920s, most likely unintentionally in trade goods. Expert at outcompeting our Florida frogs, their varied coloration can make them look similar to some of our native Florida species.