Northern Pacific Tree Frog
Pacific Tree Frogs often start their chorus in late February and, by early July, juveniles emerge from the small body of water that has managed not to go dry. Below are some of the phases this species goes through in between:
Tadpoles emerge from eggs:
Early phase of tadpoles:
Tadpoles develop back legs:
Tadpoles with both front and back legs:
Metamorph has developed body colour (often, but not always, green), has tail stub and is still in natal pool:
Juvenile has emerged from pond and travelled some distance to suitable habitat (in this case a garlic plant in a nearby garden).