Head lots of them calling at lake
1 maschio adulto
Found in vernal pond
This bullfrog has made a home out of an old pool that has filled with rain water. I believe it is feeding off the many mosquito larvae that have also invaded the pool. Three days and two night of observation and still no call. Perhaps a female?
Found at Stengl Biological Research Station. Sitting about 2 meters away from the north side of the large pond within the property.
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: