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The irregular rectangular brown spots in rows are the main difference from Leopard Frogs, which have black oval spots.
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Well camoflauged
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Has parotoid glands just behind the eyes (large bumps). This was a small frog, about 7cm long
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With Bullfrogs the ridge curves down right behind the eardrum, Green frogs it goes down the back.
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Green frog has ridge that extends down back, unlike bull frog where the ridge does behind the ear.
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Was about 8cm long in photo.
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Wood frog eggs, many mating calls going on around this pond. Egg sac looked as big as my fist.
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Verly loud mating calls. These frogs are among the first to appear in the spring, there were already large clusters of frog eggs here
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Blurry photo as it was moving but distinct parotoid glands visible near head (secret bufotoxin, a neurotoxin). small frog, about 4-5cm body length.
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Ridge curves behind eardrum, likely bullfrog not green frog. Probably a young batch, their body lengths were only about 5cm.Doesnt appear to be webbing on hind claws too.
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About 8cm long, many adult green frogs around.
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This one is likely a male, Males have a tympanum twice the diameter of the eye 9female same size as eye) and a bright yellow throat.
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Ridge above the eye that extends part way down the back is a good distingusihing trait for identification. Body about 8cm long.
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Body about 8cm long
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There are large tadpoles nearby. Maybe wood frog's?
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Large tadpole, abount 9cm long, head about 3cm wide
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Not sure what type of frog's eggs they are, green and wood frogs common around here though. Just beneath the surface, eggs about 1cm, egg mass about 10cm long
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Hard to tell the difference with Leopard frog (green), seeing as it's brown and is spotted I think it's a pickeral frog.
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About 5cm long. Also known as the robber frog as it has a black mask.
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Green frogs have ridge that extends down from the eye onto back. One frog in picture is more blue then green (teal?), rarely happens when yellow pigment absent.
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Does not appear to have a ridge behind its eye going down its back so I think its a bullfrog rather than agreen frog.
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The toes on the front legs are unwebbed. Brown and grey color, about 5 cm long.
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About 10-15cm long. Look like small bullfrogs, green frogs have a small ridge that extends down from eye along back.
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I think this frog was more blue, or teal, which I think rarely happens with frogs. It was croaking too. Was about 15cm long and has small ridge along back which distinguishes it from bullfrog
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Was out in the open on a rocky trail, maybe warming up. Jumped into the cover of the lush vegetation when I got within 1m.
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Fairly big, about 8-10 cm long body. Yellow and white underside, I think distinguishes between male and female.
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Hard to tell the difference between a bull frog and green frog, this one was smaller about 7cm long and bullfrogs are uncommon this time of year.
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Fairly big, about 8cmlong body. White underneath, top had green upper body, lower body brownish
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Smooth back, no ridge along it like a green frog ridge by ear. About 8cm body length
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Tan colored, about 6cm long. Might have a dark brown mask in photo, indicative of wood frog
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Very small, only 2 cm long, I figure only Spring peepers are that small.
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Abount 8cm long, hard to tell the difference between a bullfrog, i think the ridge on its back makes it a green frog
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About 10cm long, seemed more brown than green, stripes and spots pretty distinctive
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Huge frog, big as my hand. Lacking ridge on back of smaller but similar green frog
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