Acris crepitans


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a cricket frog of eastern and central United States

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Wagner, "Social correlates of variation in male calling behavior in Blanchard's cricket frog, Acris crepitans blanchardi," Ethology, vol.
Acris crepitans (Eastern cricket frog).--The eastern cricket frog is the least abundant hylid found at Dave's Pond.
Three amphibian species comprised nearly 82% of the total catch at all drift fences: Rana sphenocephala (44.0%), Bufo fowleri (19.6%), and Acris crepitans (18.1%).
Gray recorded rates of abnormalities in northern cricket frog (Acris crepitans) populations in Illinois, and found that only 0.39% of frogs collected from 1968 to 1971 were abnormal (2000).
Acris crepitans, presently occurring only in Region I (with the exception of a single extralimital record from Leelanau County in Region II) is absent from most of the counties in the Saginaw Bay area and the thumb of Michigan, including Bay, Huron, Tuscola, Genesee, Sanilac, and St.
Species codes are as follows: Hyla chrysoscelis (196), Acris crepitans (191), Pseudacris triseriata (214), Bufo americanus (172), Bufo woodhousii (188), Bufo cognatus (175), Rana blairi 224), Rana catesbeiana (228), Rana pipiens (239), Spea bombifrons (142), Gastrophryne olivacea (218).
Acris crepitans (only two populations initially) became locally extinct on the ESGR during a severe drought in 1971 (Collins and Wilbur 1979).
Auditory tuning and call frequency predict population-based mating preferences in the cricket frog, Acris crepitans. Am.
The two species not captured or seen after the hurricane were the three-toed amphiuma Amphiuma tridactylum and the northern cricket frog Acris crepitans. Amphiuma tridactylum is an aquatic salamander that was captured in a trap one time after a flood in 2001.
fouquettei, Acris crepitans, Gastrophryne carolinensis and Scaphiopus hurterii.
Of special interest was the abundance of Acris crepitans (Northern Cricket Frog) and Rana pipiens (Northern Leopard Frog) at the Loblolly site.
Una poblacion entera de Acris crepitans blanchardi amenazada pot el desarrollo fue trasladada a tres pantanos restaurados en el area historica de las especies durante los veranos de1 2004 y 2005.
Life history attributes of Acris crepitans that may influence their ability to persist at the northern extent of the range include a short life span and complete population turnover in sixteen months (Burkett 1984), late breeding, and low larval and adult survivorship (Mitchell 1986).
none Ambystoma maculatum none Ambystoma tigrinum none Notopthalmus viridescens none Hemidactylium scutatum none Plethodon cinereus none 7 0 ANURANS Bufo americanus Bufo americanus Acris crepitans none Hyla versicolor cplx.