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    • Pseudacris crucifer
    • Hyla crucifer
    • Hyla crucifer bartramiana
    • Hyla crucifer crucifer
    • Pseudacris crucifer bartramiana
    • Pseudacris crucifer crucifer
  • French
    • rainette crucifère
  • English
    • Spring Peeper
    • Southern Spring Peeper
    • Northern Spring Peeper
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    • Southern Spring Peeper
    • Northern Spring Peeper

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Date

September 23, 2014

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Date

September 23, 2014

Description

Found both of these Spring Peepers very close together. Like within three feet and not that far along the trail.

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Observer

jjose

Date

June 3, 2013

Description

Farm on outskirts of Barre City with old, spring-fed, disused watering pond for livestock.

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

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jjose

Date

June 19, 2013

Description

Digital audio recording originally submitted to VT Herp Atlas.

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Date

September 28, 2014

Description

Found along North Pond Loop Trail

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Date

October 13, 2014

Description

Thought it was late in the season to be seeing a spring peeper but was a pleasant surprise none the least.

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Northern Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

Observer

juliefiliberti

Date

October 18, 2014 09:12 AM EDT

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Tree Frog (Spring Peeper) Pseudacris crucifer

Observer

msimons

Date

October 3, 2014

Description

Picture is relatively unclear, but the specimen was a light brown in color with darker brown markings on its back. The markings on it's back had the distinctive X formation that the species is known and identified for. The individual pictured here is thought to be female

Snout to vent: 24.5 mm
Body Temperature: 20.3 degrees C

Relative Hunidity: 69.9%
Light: 906 lux

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

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larebaltaf

Date

October 3, 2014 12:14 PM HST

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

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paulpiccotti

Date

October 3, 2014

Description

Habitat: found in a lowland forest habitat, along a long narrow clearing in trees. The clearing was filled with tall grasses in which the frog was found.

Observations: Orange-yellow body. Sticky, webbed toes suited to adhere to trees. Measured snout-vent length of 24.5mm.

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

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schaffermo

Date

October 3, 2014

Description

Female 24.5 mm from snout to vent. Light brown in color with an X on its back. 22.5 deg C with an rH of 69.9% and light intensity of 906 lux.

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Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer

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ckalita

Date

October 3, 2014

Description

Found in leaf litter under a log. SVL = 24.5 mm.

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Description from Wikipedia

The spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer) is a small chorus frog widespread throughout the eastern USA and Canada.

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Conservation Summary

Source: IUCN 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2011.2. . Downloaded on 10 November 2011.