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Pickerel frog

Lithobates palustris

4 Comments

TomFalana
TomFalana 9 years ago

Thanks Aaron. I need help on one of my other from photos. I can't find what it is. It's the one with a baby or mini frog in my hand

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago

Hi again, Tom! :-) Now that I look at your spotting, I feel like you are correct with the pickerel frog guess. The blotches along the back are squarish and arranged in a pattern and are not as random and round as the leopard frogs. Also, the dorsolateral fold is thick and cream-colored, which is common in pickerels. Nice spotting!

TomFalana
TomFalana 9 years ago

I wanna say pickerel frog, but not positive.

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 9 years ago

Welcome to Project Noah, TomFalana.

TomFalana
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TomFalana

Hartford, Connecticut, USA

Spotted on Jul 6, 2012
Submitted on Jul 6, 2012

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