An ecological study of the cricket frog, Acris
crepitans in Northeastern Kansas.
Bastin G ACRIS
Management Committee(2008) 'Rangelands 2008--Taking the pulse.
We also pointed out that more should be done to ensure that supermarkets and government bodies support the industry, particularly during acris
is asoccurredin the late summer and autumn.
Six species comprised 89% of the WVES observations: Acris
crepitans, Bufo fowleri, Hyla chrysoscelis, Pseudacris crucifer, Pseudacris feriarum, and Rana sphenocephala.
No other studies have previously been done on deformity rates of Acris
in southeast Michigan.
Spatial fragrance patterns within the flowers of Ranunculus acris
crepitans blanchardi Harper, 1947, Blanchard's Cricket Frog (I, II)
The host list for Glypthelmins quieta includes five genera of anurans, Acris
, Bufo, Hyla, Pseudacris and Rana; for Huematoloechus ion giplexus, two genera, Bufo and Rana; for Megalodiscus temperatus, four genera of anurans, Bufo, Hyla, Pseudacris, and Rana, five genera of Caudata, Ambystoma, Amphiuma, Desmognathus, Notophthalmus and Pseudotriton, and one genus of Serpentes, Coluber (Parker 1941; Catalano et al.
Hyla chrysocelis, Acris
crepitans, and Pseudacris triseriata were heard most frequently.
Bufo americanus from Maryland and Acris
crepitans from Illinois have been found infected with chytridiomycosis without observed deaths (37,38).
Buttercup, scientifically known as Ranunculus acris
and bulbosus, indigenous to northern Europe and the United States.
There's also a nice double form of the common meadow buttercup, Ranunculous acris