Anfibio manchas cafés, piel amarilla. Encontrado en terrenos salinos, humedal.
A woman I know has a friend who took this photo. Her friend wanted to know what kind of frog it was, so she sent the picture to me. This is the reply I got when I asked for more info:
"They saw him today, 4/3/14, just after 1:30 pm just before the rain started in a burrow next to the neighboring farmers pasture off Rec Rd 3 in Bonham."
Observed at the edge of a very small pond around the size of an above-ground swimming pool. This pond often goes dry.
Lithobates is a taxonomic name for a group of "true frogs", of the family Ranidae. This group of frogs has been defined as a separate genus. The name was defined by Hillis et al. for a subgenus of four Central and South American frogs within the genus Rana: