leopard frog

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leop′ard frog`

a common North American green frog, Rana pipiens, having white-edged dark spots on its back.
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Noun1.leopard frog - common North American green or brownish frog having white-edged dark oval spotsleopard frog - common North American green or brownish frog having white-edged dark oval spots
genus Rana, Rana - type genus of the Ranidae
ranid, true frog - insectivorous usually semiaquatic web-footed amphibian with smooth moist skin and long hind legs
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Herein, we report on our laboratory study in March and April of 2012, where we immobilized early life stages (tadpoles and recently metamorphosed frogs) of American bullfrog, Lithobates catesbeianus, and Southern leopard frog, Lithobates sphenocephalus, using low-voltage electrical current.
and caught a northern leopard frog in a small mesh scoop net.
The outcome has been a boon to the Chihuahua chub (Gila nigrescen) and Chiricahua leopard frog (Lithobates chiricahuensis)--two federally endangered animals native to the Mimbres watershed.
Plains Leopard Frog (Lithobates blairi) Plains Leopard Frogs were seen occasionally in the cave interior in late summer and more regularly on the surface in the Stemler Cave area.
I don't have the ending: ask the Vegas Valley leopard frog.
The leopard frog is common at Dave's Pond and widespread in Vigo County.
The American Bullfrog, Pig Frog, and Southern Leopard Frog are the most sought after, due to their size, abundance, and--you guessed it--tastiness
On 18 and 20 July, we regurgitated a Plains Leopard Frog from a two different T.
Just recently, for instance, a new species of leopard frog was found in ponds and marshes in New York City.
Cheery: The True Adventures of a Chiricahua Leopard Frog is more than a colorful children's picturebook; it tells the story of a Chiricahua Leopard Frog, a species threatened with extinction, in its own words.
The target species for this study was the Rio Grande leopard frog (Rana berlandieri).