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The pickerel frog is 1¾-4 inches in length and has smooth brown or tan skin. It has rows of square, dark brown spots on its back; a light belly; and patches of bright yellow or orange on the inside of its thighs. It has a light stripe on its upper lip and two light gold colored folds of skin called dorsolateral folds that run from the back of its eyes down along the sides of its back. The male has a pair of vocal sacs.
Swimming in a bucket of water in my driveway.
Spotted on Jul 23, 2017
Submitted on Jul 23, 2017