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Calling Spring Peepers
Tiny macro invertebrate scuttling along the bottom of a
Eggs and adults trapped in a vernal
Trapped in vernal
Wood Frog Eggs--gelatinous mass
Photo credit: Cyrus Brame/USFWS
Found in vernal
Hardwood forests with vernal
Went back to the vernal
Medium sized, last I have seen of the year, 60 feet from a
About 3 inches long color black
Very small brown frog that peeps very loudly when it mates
Found on a COLD rainy day around a vernal ...
Trapped by my ecology class in a vernal ...
Large Darner dragonfly (~3.5" long) seen laying eggs in
The American toad eggs in a vernal
I think it is a spotted salamander. Found in a
this wood frog has 3 legs. I named him stumpy.
Growing in a vernal
Open field next to vernal
Juvenile found in vernal
Open field by vernal
Found by a vernal
in a vernal
Predacious diving beetle. Trapped in vernal ...
Eastern deciduous vernal
Almost a frog just a tiny tail left
frog in vernal
Wood Frogs Calling and Mating
Trapped in a deep vernal
little reddish frog
Spotted near a vernal
Found in a vernal
In an old stream bed, turned into open field. By