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Sounds, telltale features can help identify frog species, sex

This is one of the two most common frogs in our area. Can you identify the sex and species of this individual?
This is one of the two most common frogs in our area. Can you identify the sex and species of this individual?
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In our area, there are only two large frogs that you are likely to find in the warm waters of a lily pond — the green frog (Rana clamitans melanota) and the bullfrog (R. catesbeiana). The biggest problem with identifying these two frogs is the simple fact that although they are different species, they can look quite similar. Color is a problem because both species have the ability to change the color of their skins. ...


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