Found on a log while i was on a mushroom hike.
The clear tracks of a red-legged frog.
This species can be told from the other true frog species found here - the bullfrog - the webbing on the hind feet being significantly reduced, and with the front feet having more significant tubercles on the front toes.
Adina Merelender and Brock Dolman found the frog near the Bodega marine Lab pond
not totally sure about this id either. a small frog, black stripe on face. seemed too big to be a pacific tree frog
Rana aurora- Red-legged Frog
The northern red-legged frog (Rana aurora) is a species of amphibian, whose range is the coastal region stretching from southwest British Columbia to southern Mendocino County in Northern California, and is protected in British Columbia, Oregon and California. As a member of the genus Rana, this species is considered a true frog, with characteristic smooth skin and a narrow waist. This frog requires still waters for breeding, and is rarely found at any great distance from...