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Underwater Eggscape of Wood Frogs

Here are a couple photos of Wood Frog eggs taken underwater.

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An overdeveloped drive to mate?

In the frenzy of amphibian mating aggregations, strange mistakes can occur resulting in unusual and even grotesque pairings. Continue reading

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Estimating amphibian abundance by counting egg masses

The unique breeding biology of wood frogs makes it easy for biologists to obtain population estimates. Continue reading

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Diversity of color in wood frogs

Female wood frogs can differ greatly in color, from dark brown to bright red. Continue reading

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Wood Frogs cling to Tiger Salamander

A male tiger salamander has come too close to the wood frog lek, and has been grabbed by several males. Continue reading

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