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I have a devil of a time distinguishing between northern and southern cricket frogs. Southerns *should* be more common in this area of south Georgia, but Northerns are reported to also be in Grand Bay. I had a frog expert buddy check this and other cricket frog shots from Grand Bay. She's confident this is a southern cricket frog. What say you?

Technically, if you go by subspecies this would be the Coastal plains cricket frog, Acris gryllus gryllus.

~ janson jones, http://dusttracks.com.

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Coastal Plains Cricket Frog - Photo (c) jansonjones, all rights reserved, uploaded by Janson Jones
jansonjones's ID: Coastal Plains Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus ssp. gryllus)
Posted by jansonjones over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Coastal Plains Cricket Frog - Photo (c) jansonjones, all rights reserved, uploaded by Janson Jones
lucareptile's ID: Coastal Plains Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus ssp. gryllus)
Posted by lucareptile about 1 month ago (Flag)
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jansonjones's ID: Coastal Plains Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus ssp. gryllus)
Coastal Plains Cricket Frog - Photo (c) jansonjones, all rights reserved, uploaded by Janson Jones
Community ID: Coastal Plains Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus ssp. gryllus)
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