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American Toad

Anaxyrus americanus

Size: 2-3.5 inches.
Diet: Land-dwelling (terrestrial) invertebrates, including insects and their larvae, spiders, earthworms and millipedes.
Reproduction: Lay up to 2,000 eggs

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American Bullfrog

Lithobates catesbeianus

Size: 3.5-6 inches.
Diet: Anything it can swallow, including crayfish, insects, worms and snails.
Reproduction: Eggs are deposited in a surface film containing 10,000 or more eggs.

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Cope's Gray Treefrog

Hyla chrysoscelis

Size: 1 ¼ -2 inches.
Diet: Flying insects, insect larvae, spiders, ants, small insects. Forages near lights.
Reproduction: Females may deposit up to 2,000 eggs.

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Crawfish Frog

Lithobates areolatus

Size: 2 1/4-4 ½ inches.

Diet: Beetles, spiders, centipedes, ants, and crickets.
Reproduction: Masses of 3,000 - 7,000 eggs attached to vegetation.

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Eastern Spadefoot Toad

Scaphiopus holbrookii

Size: 1 ¾-3 ¼ inches.
Diet: Eats invertebrates such as beetles, crickets, caterpillars, spiders and snails.
Reproduction: Deposited in bands or clusters up to a foot long.

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Fowler's Toad

Anaxyrus fowleri

Size: 2-3 inches.
Diet: Variety of insects, spiders, worms, centipedes, millipedes, etc.
Reproduction: Strings of 7,000 – 10,000 eggs, attached to vegetation in shallow water.

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Green Frog

Hyla cinerea

Size: 2 ¼ - 3 ½ inches.
Diet: Eats aquatic and terrestrial insects and other invertebrates including beetles, flies, butterflies, caterpillars, grasshoppers, spiders, slugs, snails, crayfish, millipedes.
Reproduction Laid in a mass of 1,000-5,000 in a thin film that touches the surface of the water.

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Green Salamander

Aneides aeneus

Size: 3-5 inches.
Diet: Beetles, spiders, mites, and ants may be eaten by green salamanders.
Reproduction: Females generally deposit around 15 to 20 eggs by attaching them to the inside wall of a moist rock crevice.

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Green Treefrog

Dryophytes cinereus

Size: 1-2 inches.
Diet: Insects.
Reproduction: Found in small packets under the surface of the water, attached to floating vegetation or its roots.

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Blanchard Cricket Frog

Acris blanchardi

Size: 5/8-1½ inches.
Diet: Aquatic larvae, insects.
Reproduction: Clusters of 200-400 eggs singly or in small clusters.

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Northern Leopard Frog

Lithobates pipiens

Size: 2-3 inches.
Diet: Eats terrestrial invertebrates such as insects and insect larvae, spiders, slugs, snails and earthworms. Large adults also eat other frogs.
Reproduction: Females may deposit 3,000-5,000 eggs in globular clusters.

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Pickerel Frog

Lithobates palustris

Size: 1 ¼-3 inches.
Diet: Insects, spiders, worms, and insect larvae.
Reproduction: Globular mass of 700 – 2,900 eggs attached to submerged vegetation.

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Plain's Leopard Frog

Lithobates blairi

Size: 2-3 ½ inches.
Diet: Grasshoppers, beetles, crickets, earthworms, snails.
Reproduction: Females may deposit 3,000-5,000 eggs in globular clusters.

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Southern Leopard Frog

Lithobates sphenocephalus

Size: 2-3½ inches.
Diet: Insects, earthworms, spiders, centipedes, snails, beetles, and smaller frogs.
Reproduction: Females may deposit 3,000-5,000 eggs in globular clusters.

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Western Chorus Frog

Pseudacris triseriata

Size: ¾- 1½ inches.
Diet: Small insects, spiders, small snails, and worms.
Reproduction: Females deposit clumps of up to 300 eggs to sticks and vegetation. Eggs hatch within one week.

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Wood Frog

Lithobates sylvaticus

Size: 1 3/8 – 2 ¾ inches.
Diet: Insects, spiders, worms, and snails.
Reproduction: Mass may contain up to 3,000 eggs. Hatch in 2-3 weeks.

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