I'm not sure why others are convinced it's a he.
needrain said:I'd guess that it is ingrained in our culture. The prince kissed a sleeping beauty; the princess kissed a frog - who then became a prince. Ergo, frogs are culturally seen as male at first glance. That's my theory . Leon can tell us what he thought since he saw it up close and personal.
Well said. Plus, it's green and bumpy with bulging eyes, and is hiding while I do the dishes. 'nuf said.
TBGDN said:Thanks everyone for the thumbs & acorns! You are all so very generous! I bet this little frog never dreamed it would become an attraction on ATP. In summer I run into these little guys almost on a daily basis, but somehow this one impressed me in its little "nest" atop a daylily. Here is another view of it and the daylily. The last one is a different frog. I am amazed how small they are.
Marilyn said:@TBGDN Leon,
Were those baby birds; robins?