Spotted Chorus Frog

The Spotted Chorus Frog is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Spotted Chorus Frog or Clark's Tree Frog (Pseudacris clarkii) is a small, nocturnal tree frog native to the grasslands and prairies of central United States and Tamaulipas state, Mexico. More

The advertisement call of the Spotted Chorus Frog is a fast series of rasping trills. A group of frogs calling at a distance can sound like sawing. More

Spotted Chorus Frog (Pseudacris clarkii) = Description Habitats Habits and Life History Prey and Hunting Techniques Temperament and Defense Conservation State Distribution and Abundance Gallery More

Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii (Baird, 1854) Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii Adult Spotted Chorus Frog. Photograph by Suzanne L. Collins, The Center for North American Herpetology. More

Spotted chorus frogs (Pseudacris clarkii) are distributed from extreme northeast Tamaulipas through central Texas and north through central Oklahoma and into central Kansas (Wright and Wright, 1949; Conant, 1975; Pierce and Whitehurst, 1990). More

* Spotted chorus frog: Pseudacris clarkii Q. What do you call scientists who study frogs? A. Herpetologists Q. What's are amphibians? A. Amphibians are cold-blooded animals with a backbone (vertebrates) that hatch from eggs. More

Spotted Chorus Frog Pseudacris clarkii = enlarge + Spotted Chorus Frog More

* Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii * Spring Peeper - Pseudacris crucifer (formerly Hyla crucifer) * Southern Spring Peeper - Pseudacris crucifer bartramiana More

SPOTTED CHORUS FROG Pseudacris clarki (Baird, 1854) STATUS: Abundant LOCALITIES OBSERVED: Collin Co.: 2 mi W of Wylie, 3.5 mi E of Wylie, and 2.5 mi N of Farmersville; Dallas Co.: Hampton Rd at Irving Blvd, Mt. More

The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In - 50. More

Spotted Chorus Frog (Pseudacris clarkii) = Recent Records - Taxon Date County State 1. More

Spotted Chorus Frog (Pseudacris clarki). When you hear what sounds like a comb when someone runs a finger down its teeth, you are hearing the mating call of this small, green-spotted frog. Strecker’s Chorus Frog (Pseudacris streckeri). More

Pseudacris clarkii, Spotted Chorus Frog; Pseudacris crucifer, Spring Peeper; Pseudacris feriarum, Southeastern Chorus Frog; Pseudacris maculata, Boreal Chorus Frog; Pseudacris nigrita, Southern Chorus Frog; Pseudacris ocularis, Little Grass Frog; Pseudacris ornata, Ornate Chorus Frog; Pseudacris regilla, Pacific Treefrog; Pseudacris streckeri, Strecker's More

Spotted Chorus Frog - Pseudacris clarkii Northern Spring Peeper - Pseudacris crucifer Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri Bullfrog - Rana catesbeiana Crawfish Frog - Rana areolata Green Frog - Rana clamitans More

Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Pseudacris
Species : clarkii
Authority : (Baird, 1854)