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Northern Cricket Frog

Acris crepitans

Description:

Small frog

Habitat:

in grassy areas next to waters edge

Notes:

Each pic is of a different frog. Some are just brown, some are grey, some are almost back, and some have a green marking in the middle of there back, and some have a red marking in the middle of there back. These frogs are very common.

1 Species ID Suggestions

AshleyT
AshleyT 7 years ago
Northern Cricket Frog
Acris crepitans


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5 Comments

bee.jacbs
bee.jacbs 8 years ago

I would agree that they are northern cricket frogs. We have them here in South Dakota in the northernmost extent of their range. They are formerly called Blanchard's cricket frogs.

RileyYanke
RileyYanke 8 years ago

I think they might be northern cricket frogs but I am not sure cause we have always just called them peepers

RileyYanke
RileyYanke 8 years ago

Yep frog

HazelMarley
HazelMarley 8 years ago

Frog?

RileyYanke
RileyYanke 8 years ago

The second to last one has a red marking on its back

RileyYanke
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RileyYanke

Atchison, Kansas, USA

Spotted on Apr 8, 2013
Submitted on Apr 8, 2013

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