Wood Frog Sightings

Order: Anura Family: Ranidae Genus: Rana Species: Rana sylvatica

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Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 4228
Date Sighted: 2015-08-01 #Seen: 1
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Windsor Junction, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description:
Comment : Well camoflauged


 
Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 2081
Date Sighted: 2013-04-15 #Seen: 10
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Waverly, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Small pond.
Comment : Verly loud mating calls. These frogs are among the first to appear in the spring, there were already large clusters of frog eggs here


 
Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 2084
Date Sighted: 2013-04-15 #Seen: 4
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Waverly, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description:
Comment : Wood frog eggs, many mating calls going on around this pond. Egg sac looked as big as my fist.


 
Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 693
Date Sighted: 2011-08-22 #Seen: 1
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Spotted along Cole Harbour Heritage Trail, wooded area not far from coastline.
Comment : About 5cm long. Also known as the robber frog as it has a black mask.


 
Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 607
Date Sighted: 2011-07-22 #Seen: 1
User#: JUNPonline
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Spotted on trail along Blue Mountain Wilderness Area. Large wooded area with ponds nearby.
Comment : The toes on the front legs are unwebbed. Brown and grey color, about 5 cm long.


 
Common Name: Wood Frog
Species: Rana sylvatica
Record#: 236
View full size photo of Wood Frog in Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia, CanadaSite Description: Dry path in forest along Peter Point Trail, streams nearby
Comment : Tan colored, about 6cm long. Might have a dark brown mask in photo, indicative of wood frog