Ran down to the Llano River while wife was in "Buckaroo's Blankets" quilt store. Saw some really neat things here!
This leopard frog wouldn't cooperate with me -- not sure that it can be ID'ed to species without that line on the back being shown. Ah well -- it only allowed me this one shot before it was gone...forever. :-/
Lots of very tiny tadpoles, hanging out in very shallow weedy margins of puddle where I had observed 4 egg masses. 1 photo shows 3 tadpoles which I assume are Southern leopard frogs. Second photo showed the margins of puddle where tadpoles were resting.
Found a pond full of Frogs
The Southern Leopard Frog (Lithobates sphenocephalus) is a species of mostly aquatic true frog, found in the south-eastern third of the United States. There are two accepted subspecies.