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any of several small North American frogs having a loud call

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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.
Factors controlling tadpole populations of the chorus frog (Pseudacris triseriata) on Isle Royale, Michigan.
Additionally, our drift fences were not completely effective at capturing adult green frogs (Rana clamitans), southern leopard frogs, bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana), gray treefrogs (Hyla versicolor), spring peepers, western chorus frogs or northern cricket frogs (Acris crepitans).
Other species (such as chorus frogs, spring peepers, and the gray tree frog complex) might use retaining ponds if small portions of wooded habitat and un-mown grasslands are set aside when future retaining ponds are built.
A chorus of spring peepers was so deafening it nearly drowned out the chorus frogs, whose exuberant songs nearly drowned out a lone, early-bird bullfrog.
In this study I focus on two species, chorus frogs (Pseudacris triseriata) and spring peepers (P.
Three other species -- tiger salamanders, wood frogs and chorus frogs -- did not experience major regional losses during their three-year study, which ended in 1988.
The group heard all about the grasses that thrive in wetlands, the birds that dip in and out of ponds where Pacific chorus frogs swim through the water and Western pond turtles sun themselves on the rocks.
Geological and climatic forces driving speciation in the continentally distributed trilling chorus frogs (Pseudacris).
The most common species, western chorus frogs (Pseudacris triseriata, spring peepers (P.
Creation of a few palustrine emergent wetlands isolated from direct contact with the river could provide habitat for these species, including tiger salamanders, American toads, western chorus frogs, and northern leopard frogs.
Individual growth rate is greater in sibling groups of the chorus frog (Pseudacris triseriata) than in mixed groups but only at high density (Smith 1990).