Thank you for the photo and information. Indeed we have a H.cinerea population now. We believe it was introduced when we restocked Short's Lake with bluegill. Incidentally, we think this also introduce another invasive, water primrose, as well. We're about to take steps to try to eliminate the primrose, but I suspect the Green Treefrogs are here to stay.
It's interesting that one was located so far from Shorts Lake. I'm not familiar with how far/fast they travel so I guess it may have gotten there on it's own. If not, we either aren't the only area where they've been introduced or they've expanded their range.
Kelly Cooke, Lead Natural Resource Ranger
The specimen was collected, GPS coordinates were taken and photos were takes as well. This has not been the only H.cinerea I've found in and around the county.
Eastern Mud Salamander (Pseudotriton montanus)
DOR Green Treefrog (Hyla cinerea)