That looks too much like a cricket frog to me. There is no white upper lip, or a black line running from the rostrum and through the eye to the groin. The wartiness would be rather atypical for Pseudacris. Check out the similarities to the cricket frog I photographed in Feb. I always thought that cricket frogs have unusually fat calves compared to other frogs native to my area. Of course I have only seen two Pseudacris feriarums, the one you and I saw at the Ambystoma symposium in Oct, and one I caught in March. If I have time I will post pics of it later tonight, I have been meaning to send them to you anyway.