Strecker's chorus frog

The Strecker's 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.

Strecker's Chorus Frog is a species of nocturnal tree frog native to the south central United States, from southern Kansas, through Oklahoma and east to Arkansas, the northwestern tip of Louisiana and south throughouth much of Texas. More

Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri Wright & Wright, 1933 Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri Adult Strecker's Chorus Frog from Harper County, Kansas. Photograph by Suzanne L. Collins, The Center for North American Herpetology. More

The call of Strecker's Chorus Frog is a single bell-like note repeated rapidly. A large chorus sounds like a squeaky wheel. More

Strecker's Chorus Frog (Pseudacris streckeri) = Description Habitats Habits and Life History Prey and Hunting Techniques Temperament and Defense Conservation State Distribution and Abundance Gallery More

Strecker's Chorus Frogs, specific site designations for critical habitats are not made; however, whenever and wherever they occur, all wetlands and rainwater basins and pools within those portions of Barber and Harper counties located south of U.S. Highway 160, east of U.S. More

STRECKER'S CHORUS FROG Pseudacris streckeri Wright & Wright, 1923 STATUS: Uncommon LOCALITIES OBSERVED: Collin Co.: SE corner, 2.5 mi NE of Farmersville, and 4 mi E of Westminister; Dallas Co.: Mt. Lebanon encampment, Mt. Creek Lake area, Hard Rock Rd. More

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Strecker's Chorus Frog, Illinois Chorus Frog family: Hylidae subfamily: Hylinae More

* Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri * Illinois Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri illinoensis * Strecker's Chorus Frog - Pseudacris streckeri streckeri * Western Chorus Frog - Pseudacris triseriata More

Order : Anura
Family : Hylidae
Genus : Pseudacris
Species : streckeri
Authority : Wright and Wright, 1933