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Shallow water of lake with lots of duckweed, muddy
Check out this link as well for some pictures. The problem is that they are both similar looking and fairly common.http://tucsonrana.com/Tucson%20frog%20an...
Check out my picture of one with legs. The thing is that three I found have legs and the other 3 do not. It takes bullfrogs 2/3 years to develop into frogs, right? So why do only half of the ones I found in the same location have legs?
At that size it could be either but my hunch is still a Bullfrog because of the patterns. I am unable to say for certain though.
It's 2-3". Is it a leopard frog or bullfrog?
It's hard to tell but my guess would be an American Bullfrog. It depends on how big the tadpole is.
Lat: 35.73, Long: -78.77
Spotted on Apr 19, 2017 Submitted on Apr 18, 2017