Kill it. Its' feral and wiping out native species tree frogs!
Karn is right.
That's a Cuban Tree Frog. They're pushing out native Green Tree, Barking Tree, Chorus, Squirrel Tree Frogs and a few others.
Cuban TFs reproduce faster in larger numbers while requiring less water to do it - you've probably seen roadside ditches and puddles with a gazillion little black tadpoles about an inch long - those are usually Cubans.
They also get bigger, are more toxic and have ravenous appetites - they will even eat smaller native TFs!
Same deal with Cuban Brown Anole lizards - wiping out native Green Anoles.
Some people call them chameleons cuz they can change color to a small degree, but true chameleons are all old world.
Interesting note on anoles tho- native greens can turn brown, but Cuban browns can't turn green, only different shades of brown from pale to black - females usually have orange-ish heads and/or a heavy wavy stripe down the back.
There's even a rare blue color morph of the native green.
In the 15 yrs I lived in Fl, a lot of areas that used to have greens now only have browns or greens have become super rare.
Same thing with the TF, where there used to be a lot of greens, now it's primarily just Cuban browns.
My outlook - if it's Feral it's in Peril.