Acris crepitans


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Noun1.Acris crepitans - a cricket frog of eastern and central United StatesAcris crepitans - a cricket frog of eastern and central United States
cricket frog - either of two frogs with a clicking call
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An ecological study of the cricket frog, Acris crepitans in Northeastern Kansas.
Twelve species were observed and recorded: Anayrus americanus, Anaxyrus fowleri, Acris crepitans, Hyla chrysoscelis, Hyla cinerea, Hyla gratiosa, Psuedacris crucifer, Pseudacris feriarum, Gastrophryne carolinensis, Lithobates catesbeiana, Lithobates clamitans, and Lithobates sphenocephala.
Breeding in April is dominated by Hyla versicolor, Anaxyrus woodhousii, and Acris crepitans.
a] (Recapture) AMPHIBIANS GLR Acris crepitans Blanchard's cricket 89 (1) frog LPE A mbystoma texanum Smallmouth 0 salamander GLR A mbystoma tigrinum Eastern tiger 90 (90) salamander BACO Bufo deb His Green toad 0 GLR Bufo houstonensis Houston toad 67 (6) BACO Btifo speciosus Texas toad 0 GLR Bufo valliceps Gulf coast toad 197 (19) GLR Bufo woodhousii Woodhouse's toad 1 GLR Bufo [spp.
laevis Hermaphroditism ND (testicular oocytes, intersex, mixed sex) Acris crepitans Intersex or Trend for [up Atrazine Ovaries testicular oocytes arrow] p = 0.
Six species comprised 89% of the WVES observations: Acris crepitans, Bufo fowleri, Hyla chrysoscelis, Pseudacris crucifer, Pseudacris feriarum, and Rana sphenocephala.
As part of exploration of a translocation of a population of Blanchard's cricket frogs, Acris crepitans blanchardi, a Michigan Species of Special Concern, we surveyed populations in four locations in southeast Michigan from May to August 2004 and May to August 2005.
Acris crepitans blanchardi Harper, 1947, Blanchard's Cricket Frog (I, II)
Hyla chrysocelis, Acris crepitans, and Pseudacris triseriata were heard most frequently.
For two species, Acris crepitans and Hemidactylum scutatum, least convex polygons could not be calculated because the species was represented by two populations or less.
Auditory tuning and call frequency predict population-based mating preferences in the cricket frog, Acris crepitans.
Acris crepitans was rare prior to the hurricane and was captured only in 2003 at one trap in floodplain hardwood forest.