Re: Some of the herps I caught and photographed this year and last
The smooth green snake would be likely at or beyond its range in the area in question and the rough green easily occurs in all areas. More pointedly, the scales look keeled, so I also would say it's a rough green.
The treefrog appears to be an eastern gray treefrog. Most publications do not differentiate the Cope's and eastern, but a couple do, differentiating by the eastern having black borders to the dark blotches. In Cope's gray, the margins of the dark blotches are indistinct.
The trend is to post names and numbers of "pets" here. That seems...um...bulky.
23+ species of salamander
28+ families and subfamilies of reptile, amphibian, and arachnid.
Only one has a name. The Beast.