Chorus Frogs 2.0

Last spring, two students completed a mini-research project on upland chorus frogs. The results from that project can be seen here and here. Last week, conditions were right to perform another quick experiment dealing with these frogs in one of the same pools. We measured how close to the pool of water we could get... Continue Reading →

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Signs of Spring

  by Adams and Anders Upland Chorus Frogs (Pseudacris feriarum) have a variation of color palettes, but commonly brown to grey with a pinkish cast. Adults range from 0.75 inches to 1.5 inches, with females usually being slightly larger than males. They are often hard to track to a precise location because the pitch of... Continue Reading →

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