ORDER: ANURA | FAMILY: HYLIDAE
The Mexican Treefrog is native to mainland Mexico and southern Texas. Within the Atlas region, this species is believed to have been introduced into Todos Santos in the Municipality of La Paz, Baja California Sur. This Cape Region town is located on the Pacific Ocean and contains a drainage that supports agricultural activities. The Mexican Treefrog can be found throughout the town in man-made ponds to the drainage's outlet to the ocean.