Boreal Chorus Frog

The Boreal 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 Boreal Chorus Frog is brown with three dark lateral stripes or rows of spots along its back, in contrast to the Spring Peeper’s dark “X”. Boreal Chorus Frogs have a slight black mask, a white upper lip, and they do not have dorsolateral ridges. More

The Boreal Chorus Frog, (Pseudacris maculata) is a species of chorus frog native to Canada from the west of Lake Superior to western Alberta and north to the Northwest Territories. More

* Species - Boreal Chorus Frog - Pseudacris maculata Boreal Chorus Frog - Pseudacris maculata * Montana More

Where the Boreal Chorus Frog lives in Manitoba Boreal Chorus Frog The Boreal Chorus Frog is the smallest frog in Manitoba. A body of an adult one is 30mm. They're bodies are a brown and green colour with dark stripes or spots. More

Boreal Chorus Frog (Pseudacris maculate) = Description Size * Alberta's smallest amphibian, the boreal chorus frog grows to only 20 to 40 millimetres (0.8 to 1.6 inches) long. More

The Boreal Chorus Frog is a small, brown, reddish, tan, gray or olive frog (adult length 1.9-3.8 cm/0.75-1.5 in) with three dark, sometimes broken, stripes on its back. The Boreal Chorus Frog lacks dorsolateral folds on its back. More

* boreal chorus frog: Amphibians of Alberta Page, Alberta Environmental Protection * Pseudacris triseriata : The Animal Diversity Web, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA * Pseudacris triseriata : More

The boreal chorus frog is a small, smooth skinned tree frog. They have long bodies, short legs and webbing that are only on the base of their toes. Its colours can be green-gray to brown. More

The boreal chorus frog is fairly common and widespread in the NWT at least as far north as the mouth of the South Nahanni River. There is some evidence that they occur further north but this needs to be verified. More

Present range of the Boreal Chorus Frog in British Columbia Boreal Chorus Frog Common name: Boreal Chorus Frog Scientific name: Pseudacris maculata Code: PSMA Status (BC): Yc At a Glance ~ Home Sweet Home ~ This is More

Original illustration of a Boreal Chorus Frog typical of populations in Yosemite National Park. Watercolor and spray paint on Arches hot pressed 300 paper. Unframed original illustration measures 7.125 X 4.125" on 12" X 9" paper. More

DESCRIPTION: The Boreal Chorus Frog is quite small, 3/4 to 1 1/2 inches in length. It has long toes but rather small toe pads with little webbing. A dark stripe extends from the eye to the groin. More

Erik found some boreal chorus frogs calling in plain sight in one wetland and captured these images to share. I am including an excerpt from our Amphibians Page below. More

Boreal Chorus Frog, Pseudacris maculata Western Chorus Frog, Pseudacris triseriata - These Chorus Frogs, like other members of the genus Pseudacris, are small frogs with a loud voice. More

Boreal chorus frogs are one of the more difficult animals to find on the Wildlife Watch list. They are small, secretive and easily blend into their surroundings. To find a boreal chorus frog in the wild will require you to use your ears rather than your eyes. More

The Boreal Chorus Frog is a small, smooth skinned treefrog. Colour varies from green-gray to brown. There is a dark stripe through the eye and a white stripe along the upper lip. More

description - The Boreal Chorus Frog is a small, smooth skinned frog belonging to the tree frog family. Its colour varies from green-grey to brown. It may have three stripes (or broken stripes) on its back. More

The Boreal Chorus Frog is distributed from southern James Bay in Quebec through northwestern Ontario, most of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and up into the Northwest Territories along the Mackenzie Valley as far as Great Bear Lake. More

boreal chorus frog (Pseudacris maculata) * Frog calls * .wav file * . More

Boreal Chorus Frog Pseudacris maculata Status: Wisconsin – Common Minnesota – Common Iowa – Common Western Chorus and Boreal Chorus 2.6 - 3. More

Frog, Pseudacris triseriata, and the Boreal Chorus Frog, Pseudacris maculata. The ranges of the two species in Wisconsin have not been well defined, but maculata occupies northwestern Wisconsin south to Eau Claire County and east to Lincoln County. More

Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Pseudacris
Species : maculata
Authority : (Agassiz, 1850)