Type of frog but generally consider it answered yes
I don't see why they wouldn't eat them.Checked my hives last night and found a frog sitting outside the entrance to one of the hives watching the bees. The bees have been bearding some lately because of the hot weather so there were quite a few of them gathered around the entrance. It wasn't a toad but it was almost as big, really light grey (almost white), and slick. It was some type of tree frog because it climbed up the waist high table the beehive sits on. I didn't see the frog eat any bees but I suspect that it was picking them off. Anyone ever seen a frog eating bees?
I have never seen a green tree frog.It looked like that gray tree frog. It had those suction cups on it's feet. I thought the tree frogs only came in green. Live and learn.