Upland Chorus Frog

Pseudacris triseriata feriarum

Upland Chorus Frog Upland Chorus Frog
Photo by Robert Rold Photography Photo by Robert Rold Photography
Description:  The Upland Chorus Frog ranges in size from 0.5-1.5 inches.  Coloration is usually brown to tan with variable mottling.  A light line runs along the upper lip and a dark line runs from the snout through the eye and down towards the groin area.

Habitat:  Usually found in temporary pools in grasslands, roadside ditches, wetlands and forests.

Behavior:  The voice of the Upland Chorus Frog is a 'creeeeekkkk', resembling the sound of a finger running along a single-row comb.

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