Pine Barrens Treefrog(Hyla andersonii)
Watercolor on paper 8.5 x 10.5 inches

From a photo by Aubrey M. Heupel of Fingerprince Prints Photography. Used with permission.

This little frog (about 1.75 inches long) lives in acidic habitats in three distinct areas of the eastern US, with the largest population being in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. It’s classified as a threatened species by the state of New Jersey due to loss of habitat and pollution of breeding ponds, but its population is considered stable.

This painting was done using mostly M Graham transparent watercolors on Saunders Waterford 200 lb cold press watercolor paper.