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Hyla arborea (Linnaeus, 1758)

Hyla arborea (Linnaeus, 1758)

Distribution

Distribution Europe and worldwide
Region Status
Vatican City-no data-
Latvia-no data-
Denmark-no data-
Estonia-no data-
Faeroe Islands-no data-
Finland-no data-
France-no data-
Gibraltar-no data-
Great Britain-no data-
Greece-no data-
Guernsey-no data-
Iceland-no data-
Ireland-no data-
Isle of Man-no data-
Italy-no data-
Jersey-no data-
Liechtenstein-no data-
Andorra-no data-
Lithuania-no data-
Macedonia-no data-
Malta-no data-
Moldova-no data-
Monaco-no data-
Montenegro-no data-
Netherlands-no data-
Norway-no data-
Portugal-no data-
Russian Federation-no data-
San Marino-no data-
Serbia-no data-
Spain-no data-
Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands-no data-
Bosnia-Herzegovina-no data-
Aland Islands-no data-
Austriapresent
Italian mainlandpresent
Belaruspresent
Belgiumpresent
Bosnia and Herzegovinapresent
Bulgariapresent
Central European Russiapresent
Croatiapresent
Czech Republicpresent
Danish mainlandpresent
Dodekánisos (Dodecanese Is.) present
European Turkeypresent
French mainlandpresent
Germanypresent
Greek mainlandpresent
Hungarypresent
Kikládes (Cyclades Is.)present
Yugoslaviapresent
Sloveniapresent
Vóreion Aiyáion (North Aegean Is.)present
Ukrainepresent
The Netherlandspresent
Switzerlandpresent
Swedenpresent
Spanish mainlandpresent
Slovakiapresent
Kriti (Crete)present
Romaniapresent
Portuguese mainlandpresent
Polandpresent
Moldova, Republic ofpresent
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofpresent
Luxembourgpresent
Albaniapresent

Common Name

Albanian: bretkoca e pemëve; Bulgarian: Zhаbа darvesnitsа, Жаба дървесница; Danish: Løvfrø; Dutch, Middle (ca.1050-1350): Boomkikker; English (North America): Common Tree Frog, European tree frog; English: European tree frog; French: Rainette verte; German: Laubfrosch; Greek, Modern (1453-): Δενδροβάτραχος; Hebrew: אילנית מצויה; Italian: Raganella comune; Lithuanian: europinė medvarlė; Polish: Rzekotka drzewna; Romanian: Brotăcel; Russian: обыкновенная квакша или древесница; Slovenian: zelena rega; Spanish; Castilian: Ranita de San Antonio; Swedish: lövgroda; Turkish: Ağaç kurbağası; Ukrainian: Aбо деревна, Квакша звичайна, Райка звичайна, Рахкавка

Synonymy

Hyla arborea (Linnaeus, 1758)
  • Rana arborea Linnaeus, 1758

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