Common name: the Middle East Tree Frog
Conservation status: Least Concern
Distribution: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Egypt, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Yemen
Size: up to 45 mm
Description: this species can change its upperside color to match its environment from green on vegetation to dark brown on the ground. Underside is whitish. Dark stripe on the flanks from the snout to the base of the hind legs.
Habitat: areas with permanent or semi permanent water sources with good surrounding vegetation
Diet: various invertebrates
Reproduction: eggs are attached to submerged vegetation or drift in the water