In August these little critters appear in my daylily garden. They take residence in, on, and around the daylily blooms. They have little suction cups on their feet that hold them in place for hours, sometimes days. They hide and wait patiently for mosquitoes, flies, and other insects to land or fly by so they can have a tasty meal. I have to be very careful while deadheading the flowers each day so as not to disturb any of these tiny creatures.
Trivia: Most of the frogs I find are one inch or less, but green tree frogs can grow up to two and one-half inches long and are often found in small ponds, large lakes, marshes, and streams also can be found at night in a backyard swimming pool. We have a nearby creek, so I'm sure that's where they hang out. The little frogs tend to be nocturnal, and in captivity they will be the most active once the lights are off. We sure enough hear them calling at night when the windows are open! These frogs are the state amphibian of Georgia and Louisiana.