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Re: Unknown young frog

Subject: Re: Unknown young frog
From: "Walter Knapp" waltknapp
Date: Sat Sep 22, 2007 8:52 am ((PDT))
Posted by: "wildlifeanalysis"
> Next time I will be sure to get a picture of leg surfaces for positive
> identification. This frog was found in an area where there were more
> than half a dozen other species lurking about, but I never heard the
> Squirrel Treefrog call. I actually quite sad that the season is
> winding down.

Actually here in the south it just changes species.

The Squirrel Treefrogs might still call, after a heavy rain.

Sometime in October the Southern Leopard Frogs will start calling, and 
go off and on through the winter. Same with several chorus frog species.

And that will carry you into next season.


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