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Green frog is a term that can refer to various frogs inhabiting different parts of the world:
- Pelophylax, a true frog genus of the Old World
- Rana clamitans, a true frog species of North America that also includes the subspecies bronze frog
- Litoria aurea, a Hylidae ("true tree frog") species of Australia, also known as green and golden bell frog, green bell frog or green and golden swamp frog
- In a nonscientific context, a "green frog" may be any green frog species, in particular tree-climbing members of the Hylidae, which are often vividly green all over as a means of camouflage in their habitats.
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