Spotted Chorus Frog
Pseudacris clarkii

Size:  1 1/2 - 2 1/4 inches
Distribution
Central 1/2 of the state.  The spotted chorus frog is a member of the treefrog family, Hylidae, and like all treefrogs, they have enlarged toe pads to act as suction pads for climbing. A relatively small frog, the nocturnal spotted chorus frog prefers to the spend most of its days under the shelter of a cool, moist log or rock, while actively hunting for insects during the warm moist nights.