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chorus frog:

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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The gray treefrog breeds later than the chorus frog and spring peeper, but earlier than the cricket frog.
A study of the Western Chorus Frog, Pseudacris triseriata, in Vigo County, Indiana.
The earliest in the year that we heard Boreal Chorus Frogs calling was on 18 March 2010, and they called on most warm nights throughout spring and after heavy rains in summer.
On 18 November, while removing pitfalls for the season, we observed individuals under buckets, with up to 15 individuals of both Thamnophis species together along with Boreal Chorus Frogs.
The western chorus frog (Pseudacris triseriata, ISUVC #4022) was encountered at only four localities: two flooded areas north of I-70, the mitigation wetlands, and the bat roosting area, where it was most common.
Researchers note several declines, including the population of the large, stream-dwelling salamander Cryptobranchus; the chorus frog, Pseudacris triseriata, is either rare or has vanished in southern coastal areas where it once thrived.
The most abundant species of frogs were the western chorus frog (P.
The western chorus frog is abundant in the western part of the study area, but is less common and more sporadically distributed in the eastern part.