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see tree frogtree frog,
name for any of the small tree- or shrub-inhabiting frogs of the family Hylidae, characterized by an adhesive disk on the tip of each of the clawlike toes. This family has about 300 species distributed throughout most tropical and temperate regions, with the greatest
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Six species called across these surveys: Northern Cricket Frogs (Acris crepitans), Gulf Coast Toads (Incilius nebulifer), Cliff Chirping Frogs (Eleutherodaclylus marnockii), Spotted Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris clarkii), American Bullfrogs (Lithobates calesbeianus), and Rio Grande Leopard Frogs (Lilhobates berlandieri).
Chorus frogs commonly breed in small sinkhole ponds in the Stemler Cave area.
From 1963 to 1969, Whitaker (1971) and students in his herpetology classes conducted research on the western chorus frog (Pseudacris triseriata) in Vigo County.
Boreal Chorus Frogs occur in many habitats in Nebraska from woodlands to grasslands and breed in temporary as well as permanent water bodies (Ballinger et al.
A few weeks later, fingernail-sized spring peepers, trilling gray treefrogs, western chorus frogs and warty toads join the chorus in turn.
meridionale) has been reported from green treefrogs (Hyla cinerea), western chorus frogs (Pseudacris triseriata), southern leopard frogs (Rana sphenocephala utricularia), smallmouth salamanders (Ambystoma texanum), Texas black-spotted newts (Notophthalmus meridionalis meridionalis), ground skinks (Scincella lateralis), and brown snakes (Storeria dekayi) (Harwood 1932).
Two types of frogs were confirmed during the calling surveys; Boreal Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris maculata), and Northern Leopard Frogs (R.
The increase in tail depth and decrease in body length in the presence of aeshnid dragonflies has been found in other studies of wood frogs and leopard frogs (Van Buskirk and Relyea 1998, Relyea and Werner 2000) as well as in chorus frogs and gray tree frogs (Smith and Van Buskirk 1995, McCollum and Van Buskirk 1996, McCollum and Leimberger 1997, Van Buskirk et al.
Six additional, closely related frog species have loudspeaker ears, the researcher reports, whereas western chorus frogs and California tree frogs use other body parts as resonators.
Tree frogs, whistling frogs, and chorus frogs are common names of other members of this family.
For example, look for Pacific treefrogs in the West or chorus frogs in the Great Plains.
The majority of adult wood frogs (Rana sylvatica), spotted salamanders, central newts, spring peepers (Pseudacris crucifer), western chorus frogs, American toads (Bufo americanus), pickerel frogs (Rana palustris) and southern leopard frogs (Rana sphenocephala) immigrated to ponds between 5 Mar.