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Valdosta, Georgia (Google, OSM) Out of range!
30.933102738, -83.1987054751
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In this part of south Georgia, southern cricket frogs are reportedly dominant; however, there are accounts of northern cricket frogs as being present in Grand Bay WMA -- and their standardized range (in a few sources, at least) does put them very close to this area. I had a frog expert buddy check this and other frogs out and she believe this is a Northern cricket frog -- based on the snout and the webbing. I take her at her word! What say you?

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

Jun. 15, 2012 22:54:46 -0400
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