Guatemala Yucatan Belize : Comment For discussion see Lynch and Duellman, , Occas. California Acad. Yucatan Peninsula : ; Campbell, , Amph. Maya World :
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Guatemala Yucatan Belize : Comment For discussion see Lynch and Duellman, , Occas. California Acad. Yucatan Peninsula : ; Campbell, , Amph. Maya World : See accounts by Savage, , Amph. Honduras : Latino Am. El Salvador : , provided an account for El Salvador and a color photograph.
McCranie, , Herpetol. Rada and Guayasamin, , Pap. Avulsos Zool. External links: Please note: these links will take you to external websites not affiliated with the American Museum of Natural History.
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Description[ edit ] Glass frogs have similarities to tree frogs. During the day, these frogs camouflage themselves under leaves but above water. They have a green semi-translucent color with yellow translucent hands. Their skin has dots which matches that of the leaves in the area. When confronted or approached, they tend to freeze up and not move.